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, French Resistance
French convicts sent to Devil's Island prison in the Caribbean escape and are rescued by a tramp steamer headed towards Marseille, but the French government topples and is replaced by that at Vichy. Our heroes want to return to join the French Resistance. Parts of the story told in awkward nested flashbacks. War propaganda effort produced by Warner which largely reunites the cast of Casablanca (1942).
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