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Passage to Marseille (17-Feb-1944)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writers: Casey Robinson; Jack Moffitt

From novel: Men Without Country by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall

Music by: Max Steiner

Producer: Hal B. Wallis

Keywords: Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Humphrey Bogart
Actor
25-Dec-1899 14-Jan-1957 Casablanca
Eduardo Ciannelli
Actor
30-Aug-1889 8-Oct-1969 Strange Cargo
Helmut Dantine
Actor
7-Oct-1917 2-May-1982 Edge of Darkness
Philip Dorn
Actor
30-Sep-1901 9-May-1975 Random Harvest
Victor Francen
Actor
5-Aug-1888 18-Nov-1977 Confidential Agent
Sydney Greenstreet
Actor
27-Dec-1879 18-Jan-1954 Kaspar Gutman in The Maltese Falcon
John Loder
Actor
3-Jan-1898 26-Dec-1988 Sabotage
Peter Lorre
Actor
26-Jun-1904 23-Mar-1964 The Maltese Falcon
Michèle Morgan
Actor
29-Feb-1920   La Symphonie pastorale
Claude Rains
Actor
10-Nov-1889 30-May-1967 The Invisible Man
Vladimir Sokoloff
Actor
26-Dec-1889 15-Feb-1962 For Whom the Bell Tolls
George Tobias
Actor
14-Jul-1901 27-Feb-1980 Abner Kravitz on Bewitched

CAST

Humphrey Bogart   ...   Matrac
With
Claude Rains   ...   Capt. Freyconet
Michèle Morgan   ...   Paula
Philip Dorn   ...   Renault
Sydney Greenstreet   ...   Maj. Duval
Peter Lorre   ...   Marius
George Tobias   ...   Petit
Helmut Dantine   ...   Garou
John Loder   ...   Manning
Victor Francen   ...   Capt. Malo
Vladimir Sokoloff   ...   Grandpere
Edward Ciannelli   ...   Chief Engineer
Corinna Mura   ...   Singer

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