The House on 92nd Street (1945)

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Bill Dietrich becomes a double agent for the F.B.I. in a Nazi spy ring.


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28 November 1998 | irish44
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| FBI smashes Nazi spy ring in New York - Don't miss it!
When this film was made in the 1940's, the ultimate evil that is Adolph Hilter and the Nazi movement was still a serious threat to our way of life. Lloyd Nolan, a major star of the 30's and 40's, gives his usual strong performance as FBI Agent Briggs, in charge of the Nazi spy case. Leo G. Carroll steals the movie playing the Nazi spymaster. Enjoy this film and remember why our fathers and grandfathers fought WWII. As a side note, real FBI agents appeared in this movie in support roles at the direction of J. Edgar Hoover, who gave his full co-operation to the producers.

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