Appointment in Berlin (1943)

  |  Drama, War

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A former RAF officer is enlisted in the British secret service. Germany recruits him for propaganda broadcasts to England. He uses codes in his broadcasts. When his cover is blown, he and his German girlfriend must try to escape.

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22 December 2016 | Uriah43
| A World War 2 Spy Movie
Upon learning that Prime Minister Chamberlain has made peace with Nazi Germany, a British officer by the name of "Wing Commander Keith Wilson" (George Sanders) becomes quite angry and voices his concern that Hitler will not keep his word. Unfortunately, he then proceeds to get exceedingly drunk and commits some indiscretions while in uniform for which he is subsequently court-martialed for behavior unbecoming of an officer and a gentleman. Ironically, his predicament draws the attention of the British Secret Service who not only believe like he does but also realize that he may be quite useful to them as a spy against the Germans in the near future. But first they have to make him appear to be valuable to the Germans and to do that they will have to destroy his reputation in the process. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this movie was made during World War 2 and includes the usual nationalistic sentiment one would expect from a film produced during this particular time. It goes with the territory. Even so, it was still entertaining in its own right and because of that I have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.


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15 July 1943



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