Incognito (1958)

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Bob Stanley was an American secret agent during World War II in France. After the war Stanley returns to France as a consul. In reality, he works for the FBI, to roll up the organization ... See full summary »


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7 December 2020 | ulicknormanowen
On the FBI's secret service.
A secret agent ,working for the FBI ,comes to France to break up a gang who manufactures fake dollars;his boss makes him pass off as a vice-consul, so he las elbow room.The screenplay includes fighting ,abduction and hostage-taking, problems with the French police who often consider him a suspect :diplomatic immunity helps;however ,the police have to be very gullible to believe that Constantine is a genuine diplomat.

The French and Italian Riviera landscapes are beautiful (but filmed in black and white,alas) ,the hero's comments in voice over are witty ;but directing is listless,relying on the star 's punch .The story is never really absorbing :only the final sequences ,in a disused warehouse with service elevator provide the viewer with exciting stuff....for those whose taste runs that way.

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Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

9 April 1958

Language

French


Country of Origin

France

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