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Secret of Stamboul (1936)

 -  Adventure  -  28 May 1941 (USA)
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Tania
Frank Vosper ...
Kazdim
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Larry
Kay Walsh ...
Diana
Peter Haddon ...
Peter
Laura Cowie ...
Baroness
Cecil Ramage ...
Prince Ali
Robert English ...
Sir George
Emilio Cargher ...
Renouf
Leonard Sachs ...
Arif
Andreas Malandrinos ...
Moltov
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James Mason goes to Turkey and foils a revolution
8 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

I acquired this movie when I bought a DVD with eight or nine old mystery films. I figured, what the heck, right, nine old movies I'd never heard of for $6.00. How bad could it be.

And in fact, as something of a movie buff I appreciated these old films. This one was by far the best. Don't expect great acting or a scintillating plot. But James Mason and his supporting cast do not disappoint in delivering a bit of a swashbuckling type performance with a few twists and turns that are for the most part predictable but enjoyable nonetheless. I think the film maker intended Mason to look a bit like Errol Flynn. It's also interesting to see how in 1936 they presented Turkey, where most of the movie takes place.

It's a good Saturday afternoon watch.


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