Secret Mission (October 5, 1942)

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Secret Mission
 

Released on October 5, 1942: British spies infiltrate occupied France during World War II in search of enemy troop information.

Produced by Marcel Hellman

Directed by Harold French

The Actors: Hugh Williams (Major Peter Garnett), James Mason (Raoul de Carnot), Carla Lehmann (Michele de Carnot), Michael Wilding (Private Nobby Clark), Roland Culver (Captain Red Gowan), Nancy Price (housekeeper Violette), Karel Stepanek (Major Lang), Fritz Wendhausen (General von Reichman), Betty Warren (Lulu Clark), Percy Walsh (M. Fayolle), Anita Gombault (Estelle Fayolle), Nicholas Stuart (Captain Mackenzie), John Salew (Hauptmann Gruening), Yvonne Andre (Martine, money collector), David Page (Rene de Carnot, boy), Brefni O'Rorke (village priest), Beatrice Varley (British cook), Stewart Granger (Sub-Lieutenant Jackson), Oscar Ebelsbacher (Provost Officer), Herbert Lom (medical officer), Peter Cozens (unknown), Walter Gotell (Lieutenant Langfeld)

 

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We'll Make Them Pay!

In 1942 World War II was not going so well for the British, but the motion picture industry in Britain did its part to encourage the war-weary people of the British Empire with movies like this one. Our war spy thriller opens in England where two British military spies are ordered to go into Occupied France in search of information that will help British bombers and soldiers find and fight enemy positions. Hugh Williams and Roland Culver are the two British spies, but they need French guides that can help them, and for this story we get to watch two British movie stars before they were famous . . . James Mason is a Frenchman who leads Hugh Williams to his home where his sister, nephew and housekeeper are trying to survive the enemy occupation, and Michael Wilding leads the other British officer to his French cafe, now run by his wife Lulu. We also get a glimpse of future movie star Stewart Granger in a small part. The two British spies manage to infiltrate German headquarters and get valuable map information about military emplacements, and also discover an underground control center that must be destroyed. Yes, our spies manage to get into enemy areas and collect their information, but getting out alive and back to England may be a different story . . . not all of our stars will survive this secret mission. In the mid 1960's Hogan's Heroes was a popular U.S. comedy television show about a World War II prisoner of war camp, Stalag 13, partly reminiscent of the movie Stalag 17. In Britain from 1982-1992 the tv series 'allo! 'allo! was a situation comedy that may have this movie as one of the models for the show, although I have never seen the sit-com so I can't verify that from personal experience. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anita Gombault and Hugh Williams
Anita Gombault and Hugh Williams
Anita Gombault and Michael Wilding
Anita Gombault and Michael Wilding
Betty Warren
Betty Warren
Betty Warren and Michael Wilding
Betty Warren and Michael Wilding
Brefni O'Rorke
Brefni O'Rorke
Carla Lehmann
Carla Lehmann
Carla Lehmann and Hugh Williams
Carla Lehmann and Hugh Williams
Carla Lehmann sees James Mason
Carla Lehmann sees James Mason
Carla Lehmann, James Mason and Hugh Williams
Carla Lehmann, James Mason and Hugh Williams
Carla Lehmann and James Mason
Carla Lehmann and James Mason
Carla Lehmann and Hugh Williams
Carla Lehmann and Hugh Williams
David Page and Carla Lehmann
David Page and Carla Lehmann
Fritz Wendhausen
Fritz Wendhausen
Fritz Wendhousen and Nicholas Stuart
Fritz Wendhousen and Nicholas Stuart
Fritz Wendhausen and Percy Walsh
Fritz Wendhausen and Percy Walsh
Hugh Williams
Hugh Williams
Hugh Williams and Carla Lehmann
Hugh Williams and Carla Lehmann
Hugh Williams and John Salew
Hugh Williams and John Salew
Hugh Williams and Michael Wilding
Hugh Williams and Michael Wilding
Hugh Williams and Roland Culver
Hugh Williams and Roland Culver
James Mason
James Mason
James Mason and Hugh Williams
James Mason and Hugh Williams
James Mason
James Mason
John Salew and Karel Stepanek
John Salew and Karel Stepanek
Karel Stepanek
Karel Stepanek
Karel Stepanek and Fritz Wendhausen
Karel Stepanek and Fritz Wendhausen
Michael Wilding
Michael Wilding
Michael Wilding and Betty Warren
Michael Wilding and Betty Warren
Nancy Price
Nancy Price
Nancy Price, Carla Lehmann and Karel Stepanek
Nancy Price, Carla Lehmann and Karel Stepanek
Percy Walsh and Anita Gombault
Percy Walsh and Anita Gombault
Roland Culver and Hugh Williams
Roland Culver and Hugh Williams
Roland Culver
Roland Culver
Yvonne Andre and Nancy Price
Yvonne Andre and Nancy Price