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In 1915, German Counter-Intelligence Chief Von Sturm learns that someone is providing the British with critical strategic planning for the Turkish theater. He suspects Ali Bey, Turkish commander for the Dardanelles, and dispatches Annemarie to Constantinople to secure the proof. En route she becomes involved with Douglas Beall, a footloose American. Complications ensue, requiring Annemarie to engage in some dangerous improvisations.

  1. Leo Birinsky

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Sam Wood

    Director

  3. Herman J. Mankiewicz

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Myrna Loy

    Myrna Loy

    Annemarie, aka Fräulein Doktor and Helena Bohlen

  2. George Brent

    George Brent

    Douglas Beall

  3. Lionel Atwill

    Lionel Atwill

    Herr Von Sturm

  4. C. Henry Gordon

    C. Henry Gordon

    Ali Bey

  5. Rudolph Anders

    Rudolph Anders

    Karl (as Rudolph Amendt)

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Stamboul Quest
Stamboul Quest

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Status Released

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  • July 13, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 26m

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