Approved | | Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller
During WWII the valet to the British Ambassador to Ankara sells British secrets to the Germans while trying to romance a refugee Polish countess.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 13, 1952 with James Mason reprising his film role.
Countess Anna Staviska:
Unfortunately, I have a dinner engagement. But he's an undersecretary and used to waiting.
Ulysses Diello: Any particular undersecretary, madam?
Countess Anna Staviska: Undersecretaries are never particular. Perhaps that's why they take me to dinner.
Ulysses Diello: It's far more likely that in madam's ...
Foam in the Countess' beer while she talks with Count von Papen.
Before the movie title: This is a true story. All the exterior scenes in this picture were filmed in the locales associated with the story.
English, German, Portuguese, Turkish
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