Final Expenses

Miss V From Moscow(November 23, 1942)

Loading the player...
Your Advertisement Here!
Miss V From Moscow
 

Released on November 23, 1942: A female Nazi spy in Paris is killed and replaced by a lookalike girl from Moscow.

Directed by Albert Herman

The Actors: Lola Lane (Vera Marova, posing as Greta Hiller), Noel Madison (Police Chief Fritz Kleiss), Howard Banks (Steve Worth), Paul Weigel (Henri Devallier), John Vosper (Colonel Wolfgang Hienrich), Anna Demetrio (Madame Finchon), Wilhelm von Brincken (Captain Richter), Juan de la Cruz (Pierre), Kathryn Sheldon (Minna), Victor Kendell (Gerry Naughton), Richard Kipling (Doctor Suchevcky), Hans von Morhart (German officer), Adolf Hitler (Dictator, archive footage)

 
Your Advertisement Here!

Free Download of the old movie Miss V From Moscow
RIGHT-Click your selection to Download (control key + click for mac)

Miss-V-From-Moscow-1942.mp4 (459mb - 720x540)
Miss-V-From-Moscow-1942.wmv (760mb - 720x540)

Spies in Paris Must Be Beautiful

Well, actually most spies during World War II probably were not 'beautiful' but if you have a young and beautiful femme fatal as the leading spy it makes for a better motion picture. But all is not glamour and sex in this spy thriller from the war years. When I was very young I was enthralled with Superman comic books. I don't know why, but I never remember my mother ever going to a grocery store with dad to shop. Dad always did the grocery shopping and mom always did the cooking. Anyway, while we were living in Meadville, Pennsylvania and I was a young teen, one evening each week after supper dad and I would walk down Washington Street about a mile to the A&P grocery store where he would buy a bag or two of groceries. When we reached the store dad would give me a coin and I would go across the street to a news stand and browse all the comic books, eventually purchasing a Superman or Batman comic book that I hadn't read yet. Then I would go over to the grocery store and meet dad and walk back home with him and his bag of groceries. There were always intriguing ads in the back of the comic book . . . but I was only fascinated by one. No, although I was a wimp and not very athletic the body building ads with the fellow kicking sand in the wimp's face and taking his girlfriend didn't move me . . . it was the magic tricks and the X-ray glasses that had me fascinated. One day when I had some money saved from my job helping to clean the church I ordered a trick where one could make a dime disappear right in my palm. I got a dime and a quarter, and instructions explaining how the quarter had been hollowed out and one half could be removed allowing the dime to be slipped inside the hollow quarter. I don't think that I ever got very skilled at making the motions and movements that would allow me to perform the trick well, but I am still fascinated at the thought of that hollowed out quarter. Heh . . . yeah . . . if you are thinking that it sure doesn't take a whole lot go get old Jimbo impressed, you would be correct. Anyway, in this spy thriller the Nazi's have taken over Paris, and a pretty young Russian girl is the spitting image of a famous French Nazi spy. The French resistance have killed the Nazi girl spy and our heroine sneaks into Paris to take her place. A special coin that comes apart with identity markings inside is her only proof to the Allies that she is not a real Nazi spy. What follows is a very good war time spy thriller, and it is more realistic than many that I have seen. Mistakes are made, the good guys are not 'perfect' at their craft, and people die. Being released in 1942 as America was ramping up to help Europe rid itself of the Nazi curse it was probably a very sobering story that would increase public resolve to knuckle down and to make whatever sacrifices were necessary to help win that war. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter, grab your spy hat with the brim pulled down low and enjoy the show.

Lola Lane as Miss V From Moscow
Lola Lane as Miss V From Moscow
Adolf Hitler in archive footage
Adolf Hitler in archive footage
Anna Demetrio and Lola Lane in the wine shop
Anna Demetrio and Lola Lane in the wine shop
Anna Demetrio as Madame Finchon
Anna Demetrio as Madame Finchon
Anna Demetrio warns that there are Nazis in the wine shop
Anna Demetrio warns that there are Nazis in the wine shop
Hans von Morhart
Hans von Morhart
Howard Banks and Lola Lane in the wine shop
Howard Banks and Lola Lane in the wine shop
Lola Lane has a gun on Howard Banks
Lola Lane has a gun on Howard Banks
Howard Banks and Victor Kendell
Howard Banks and Victor Kendell
Howard Banks as American agent Steve Worth
Howard Banks as American agent Steve Worth
John Vosper and Kathryn Sheldon
John Vosper and Kathryn Sheldon
John Vosper as Colonel Wolfgang Heinrich
John Vosper as Colonel Wolfgang Heinrich
Kathryn Sheldon, Lola Lane and Wilhelm von Brincken
Kathryn Sheldon, Lola Lane and Wilhelm von Brincken
Kathryn Sheldon and Lola Lane
Kathryn Sheldon and Lola Lane
Lola Lane and John Vosper
Lola Lane and John Vosper
Lola Lane, Juan de la Cruz and John Vosper
Lola Lane, Juan de la Cruz and John Vosper
Lola Lane, Richard Kipling and Paul Weigel
Lola Lane, Richard Kipling and Paul Weigel
Lola Lane gets her assignment in Moscow
Lola Lane gets her assignment in Moscow
Lola Lane and her special cigarette case
Lola Lane and her special cigarette case
Noel Madison, Lola Lane and Wilhelm von Brincken
Noel Madison, Lola Lane and Wilhelm von Brincken
Noel Madison and Wilhem von Brincken
Noel Madison and Wilhem von Brincken
Noel Madison discovers the secret coin
Noel Madison discovers the secret coin
Paul Weigel and Lola Lane meet
Paul Weigel and Lola Lane meet
Paul Weigel as Henri Devallier
Paul Weigel as Henri Devallier
Richard Kipling as Doctor Suchevcky of the French Resistance
Richard Kipling as Doctor Suchevcky of the French Resistance
Victor Kendell as Gerry Naughton
Victor Kendell as Gerry Naughton
Victor Kendell in the wine shop
Victor Kendell in the wine shop