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Secret Mission (5-Oct-1942)

Director: Harold French

Writers: Anatole de Grunwald; Basil Bartlett; Shaun Terence Young

Music by: Mischa Spoliansky

Producer: Marcel Hellman

Keywords: Drama, WWII, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roland Culver
Actor
21-Aug-1900 29-Feb-1984 Dead of Night
Stewart Granger
Actor
6-May-1913 16-Aug-1993 King Solomon's Mines
Herbert Lom
Actor
11-Sep-1917 27-Sep-2012 Chief Inspector Dreyfus
James Mason
Actor
15-May-1909 27-Jul-1984 North by Northwest
Karel Stepanek
Actor
29-Oct-1899 25-Dec-1980 Czech-English actor, played Germans
Michael Wilding
Actor
23-Jul-1912 8-Jul-1979 Torch Song
Hugh Williams
Actor
6-Mar-1904 7-Dec-1969 One of Our Aircraft Is Missing

CAST

Starring
Hugh Williams   ...   Peter Garnett
James Mason   ...   Raoul de Carnot
Michael Wilding   ...   Nobby Clark
and
Carla Lehmann   ...   Michèle de Carnot
with
Nancy Price   ...   Violette
Roland Culver   ...   Red Gowan
and
Betty Warren   ...   Mrs. Nobby Clark
Karel Stepanek   ...   Maj. Lang
Percy Walsh   ...   Fayolle
Beatrice Varley   ...   Mrs. Donkin
Brefni O'Rorke   ...   Fr. Jouvet
Yvonne André   ...   Martine
Nicholas Stuart   ...   Capt. Mackenzie
F. R. Wendhausen   ...   Gen. von Reichman
Herbert Lom   ...   Medical Officer
Anita Gombault   ...   Estelle
David Page   ...   Child René
John Salew   ...   Capt. Gruening
Stewart Granger   ...   Sub-Lt. Jackson
Oscar Ebelsbacher   ...   Provost Officer

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