Brittish Intelligence (January 29, 1940)

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Boris Karloff in British Intelligence
 

Released on January 29, 1940: The British Secret Service knows that someone in their inner circle is giving the enemy vital war information, but they cannot discover the identity of the secret spy.

Directed by Lee Katz

The Actors: Boris Karloff (Valdar), Margaret Lindsay (Helene von Lorbeer), Bruce Lester (Frank Bennett), Leonard Mudie (Colonel James Yeats), Holmes Herbert (Arthur Bennett), Austin Fairman (George Bennett), William Bailey (British intelligence agent), Louise Brien (Miss Risdon, Bennett's secretary), Glen Cavender (under officer Pfalz), David Cavendish (Captain Lanark), Joe De Stefani (German Officer), Carlos De Stefani (Von Ritter), Clarence Derwent (the milkman), Arno Frey (German Junior Officer), Frederick Giermann (Otto Kurtz), Lawrence Grant (Brigadier General), Carl Harbaugh (German Soldier), Sam Harris (Cabinet Minister), Winnifred Harris (Mrs. Maude Bennett), Leyland Hodgson (Lord Sudbury), Stuart Holmes (Luchow, German soldier), Willy Kaufman (German Corporal), Crauford Kent (Commander Phelps), Morton Lowry (Lieutenant Borden), Lester Matthews (Henry Thompson), Frank Mayo (Brixton, intelligence agent), Paul Panzer (peasant), John J. Richardson (cockney soldier), Ferdinand Schumann-Heink (German officer), Hans Schumm (German senior officer), John Graham Spacey (Crichton, intelligence agent), Robert R. Stephenson (cockney soldier), Evan Thomas (Major Andrews), David Thursby (the agent reporting Strengler's identity), Frederick Vogeding (Baron Kuglar), Leonard Willey (Captain Stuart), Maris Wrixon (Dorothy Bennett), Henry Zynda (German).

 
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Will the Real Franz Strindler Please Stand Up. . .

Papa was raised in a family with Mennonite anti-war beliefs, and became an adult as the Pentecostal ‘speaking in tongues’ movement was gaining traction in the U.S. With the influence of Aimee Semple McPherson, Smith Wigglesworth and others, he decided to become a Pentecostal preacher. As a youngster I could not spend money at a movie theater to watch a movie because Papa said that the ticket money would help pay for the wicked ways of the movie stars whose wild lifestyles were talked about all around the country. . . But in the 1950’s when television was coming to the world, it was perfectly fine to watch those same movies at home in front of the tv set. With his peace loving mindset he didn’t enjoy many of the war movies from the World War II era, but he would have enjoyed this one. It is a World War II spy adventure, but mostly it is an ‘am I smart enough to figure it out’ mystery that happens to be set during the first days of the war. Arthur Bennett is a British Cabinet Minister, and his home is the center of spy activity. There is a nefarious enemy spy in London somewhere named Franz Strindler, and he seems to be in the room when the most secret war plans are discussed, quickly sending that secret information to the enemy. The British Secret Service must discover the identity of this super-spy at all costs, and we are along for the ride. Old movie fans will quickly wonder if Boris Karloff, famous for playing the part of the bad guy in movies, will turn out to be the mysterious master spy, but that might be too easy. This story is much more convoluted with twists and turns that will keep us wondering. Just as we think we know who the elusive spy is, something happens that throws the whole idea into the dust bin. The only thing we can be sure of is that the mysterious male spy is not the leading lady, played by Margaret Lindsay . . . . She is a spy for sure, but she is at least a double-agent, working both sides, but her motives and her loyalties are an ever-evolving mystery in themselves that will add to our confusion until the final scenes, when all will be revealed. Will you know who the mysterious spy is before he reveals himself? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Boris Karloff
Boris Karloff
Austin Fairman and Holmes Herbert
Austin Fairman and Holmes Herbert
Austin Fairman
Austin Fairman
Boris Karloff and Holmes Herbert
Boris Karloff and Holmes Herbert
Boris Karloff
Boris Karloff
Boris Karloff holds a gun on Margaret Lindsay
Boris Karloff holds a gun on Margaret Lindsay
Boris Karloff and Margaret Lindsay
Boris Karloff and Margaret Lindsay
Bruce Lester
Bruce Lester
Bruce Lester
Bruce Lester
Clarence Derwent
Clarence Derwent
Clarence Derwent
Clarence Derwent
Frederick Vogeding
Frederick Vogeding
Frederick Vogeding
Frederick Vogeding
Holmes Herbert and Leonard Mudie
Holmes Herbert and Leonard Mudie
Holmes Herbert, Margaret Lindsay and Winifred Harris
Holmes Herbert, Margaret Lindsay and Winifred Harris
Holmes Herbert
Holmes Herbert
John Graham Spacey
John Graham Spacey
John Graham Spacey
John Graham Spacey
Leonard Mudie
Leonard Mudie
Leonard Mudie and Margaret Lindsay
Leonard Mudie and Margaret Lindsay
Leonard Mudie
Leonard Mudie
Leonard Willey
Leonard Willey
Lester Matthews
Lester Matthews
Lester Matthews and Austin Fairman
Lester Matthews and Austin Fairman
Lester Matthews and Margaret Lindsay
Lester Matthews and Margaret Lindsay
Lester Matthews
Lester Matthews
Louise Brien
Louise Brien
Louise Brien
Louise Brien
Margaret Lindsay
Margaret Lindsay
Margaret Lindsay and Boris Karloff
Margaret Lindsay and Boris Karloff
Margaret Lindsay and Bruce Lester
Margaret Lindsay and Bruce Lester
Margaret Lindsay, Holmes Herbert and Maris Wrixon
Margaret Lindsay, Holmes Herbert and Maris Wrixon
Margaret Lindsay
Margaret Lindsay
Margaret Lindsay and Holmes Herbert
Margaret Lindsay and Holmes Herbert
Margaret Lindsay
Margaret Lindsay
Wimifred Harris
Wimifred Harris