Artikelnummer 6740


Directed by Lance Comfort Mutz Greenbaum Victor Hanbury Screenplay by John Davenport James Mason as Peter Vadassy Lucie Mannheim as Madame Suzanne Koch Raymond Lovell as Robert Duclos, a hotel guest given to exaggeration Julien Mitchell as Michel Beghin Herbert Lom as Andre Roux Martin Miller as Walter Vogel Clare Hamilton as Mary Skelton, a hotel guest who is attracted to Peter. A sister of Maureen O'Hara, her real name was Florrie Fitzsimons. This was her only film appearance. Frederick Valk as Emil Schimler, alias Paul Heimberger Patricia Medina as Odette Roux Anthony Shaw as Major Anthony Chandon-Hartley, a guest Laurence Hanray as Police Commissioner (as Lawrence Hanray) David Ward as Henri Asticot, a guest Valentine Dyall as Warren Skelton Joseph Almas as Albert, the waiter (as Josef Almas) Patricia Hayes as Servant (waitress) Hella Kürty as Hilda Vogel Ivor Barnard as P. Molon, the pharmacist Ernst Ulman as Detective in Black Suit

In 1938, refugee Peter Vadassy decides to take a holiday at the Hotel Reserve to celebrate both his completion of medical school and his impending French citizenship. When he goes to pick up some photographs at the local pharmacy, he is taken away and questioned by Michel Beghin of French naval intelligence. When his negatives were developed, some of them turned out to be of French military installations. It is discovered that while the camera is the same make as Peter's, the serial number is different. Peter is released on condition that he find out which other hotel guests have cameras like his. Peter does some snooping and eavesdrops on a suspicious conversation between Paul Heimberger and the hotel's proprietor, Madame Suzanne Koch. He searches Heimberger's room and finds several passports, all with different names and nationalities. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 84 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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