Approved | | Drama, War
FBI agent Ed Renard investigates the pre-War espionage activities of the German-American Bund.
350 extras were used for the German-American Bund military camp scenes.
Some months ago, various persons appeared in the federal courts of New York City and the Panama Canal Zone, charged with the crime of espionage against the armed forces of the United States. Called to the witness stand, they swore to tell "the truth...
To a scene of a train speeding along tracks and under a signal gantry the narrator says "Arriving in Germany Dr. Kassel finds a totally different Fatherland from the one he left 10 years earlier" However the engine, no 464, the carriages and signals are obviously British.
For the 1940 re-release, Warner Bros. added footage showing the devastation inflicted on Norway, Holland and Belgium, those countries then occupied by Germany. That footage is included in the print shown on Turner Classic Movies.
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