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Tim Hanley, an American agent, posing as a lawyer with the United States Embassy in London, and Reggie Oliver, a Scotland Yard detective, posing as a music critic are both keeping their eye on Carla Nillson, a famous singer, whom they suspect of espionage. They all meet in London, then in Lisbon, and eventually in New York City, where Carla sings on the radio.

  1. Tim Whelan

    Director

  2. Howard Estabrook

    Screenplay

  3. Jack DeWitt

    Story

  4. E. Lloyd Sheldon

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  1. George Brent

    George Brent

    Tim Hanley

  2. Ilona Massey

    Ilona Massey

    Carla Nillson

  3. Basil Rathbone

    Basil Rathbone

    Reggie Oliver

  4. Gene Lockhart

    Gene Lockhart

    Sidney Grenner

  5. George Zucco

    George Zucco

    Webster

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  • October 16, 1941
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 42m

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