Miss V From Moscow(November 23, 1942)
Released on November 23, 1942: (running time 66 minutes) A female Nazi spy in Paris is killed and replaced by a lookalike girl from Moscow.
Produced by George M. Merrick
Directed by Albert Herman
Written by Arthur St. Claire and Sherman L. Lowe
The Actors: Lola Lane (Vera Marova, posing as Greta Hiller), Noel Madison (Captain Anton Kleis), 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)
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The Super-Spy in Paris
Jerry Siegel could write a pretty good story, and his friend Joe Shuster could draw great pictures to accompany the adventures that his school friend Jerry would write. In 1937 the boys enjoyed watching movies about a feisty newspaper reporter named ‘Torchy Blane.’ At the same time, Jerry was writing adventure stories about a super-hero who worked as a newspaper reporter, and the super-hero’s love-interest was a female newspaper reporter whose personality was much like the Torchy Blane character in the movies they were watching.
In May of 1938 the newest adventure of Torchy Blane hit the Cleveland, Ohio theaters, and a different actress played the part of newspaper reporter Torchy Blane. That actress would only play the part of Torchy Blane for this one movie out of nine Torchy Blane adventures, but this one movie starring actress Lola Lane as the heroine would inspire one of the greatest characters in comic-book history. A month after watching Lola Lane as a heroine newspaper reporter, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster sold their first comic book story about The Adventures of Superman, with a female newspaper reporter named “Lois Lane,” inspired by actress Lola Lane.
In this World War Two spy thriller, filmed four years after her appearance in the Torchy Blane movie, Lola Lane is Miss V, a spy that will infiltrate enemy lines in France and become the girlfriend of an enemy officer, passing crucial information to the French underground spy network. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Juan de la Cruz
Kathryn Sheldon and Lola Lane
Kathryn Sheldon, Lola Lane and Wilhelm von Brincken
Lola Lane and John Vosper
Lola Lane and Wilhelm von Brincken
Noel Madison and Lola Lane
Noel Madison and Wilhelm von Brincken
Wilhelm von Brincken