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Director:
Writers:
Jan Lustig (screenplay) and
Marvin Borowsky (screenplay) ...
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Release Date:
25 December 1942 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The Picture Of The Hour! France In Open Revolt! Leaping From The Headlines! The Underground Of Paris! See more »
Plot:
Frenchwoman Michele de la Becque, an opponent of the Nazis in German-occupied Paris, hides a downed American flyer... See more » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Starts out strong See more (29 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Joan Crawford ... Michele de la Becque

John Wayne ... Pat Talbot

Philip Dorn ... Robert Cortot

Reginald Owen ... Schultz

Albert Bassermann ... General Hugo Schroeder

John Carradine ... Ulrich Windler
Ann Ayars ... Juliette

J. Edward Bromberg ... Durand

Moroni Olsen ... Paul Grebeau

Henry Daniell ... Emile Fleuron

Howard Da Silva ... Anton Stregel (as Howard da Silva)

Charles Arnt ... Honoré

Morris Ankrum ... Martin
Edith Evanson ... Genevieve

Ernst Deutsch ... Captain (as Ernest Dorian)
Margaret Laurence ... Clothilde

Odette Myrtil ... Mme. Montanot
Peter Whitney ... Soldier
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Harry Adams ... Mons. Clémens (uncredited)
George Aldwin ... Pilot (uncredited)
Martha Bamattre ... Newsstand Woman (uncredited)
Muriel Barr ... Girl in Cafe (uncredited)
Felix Basch ... Pawnbroker (uncredited)

Barbara Bedford ... Mme. Vigouroux (uncredited)

Trude Berliner ... Customer (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard ... R.R. Mechanic (uncredited)
Rodney Bieber ... Little Boy (uncredited)
Wilda Bieber ... Little Girl (uncredited)

Oliver Blake ... Hypolite (uncredited)
Basil Bookasta ... Delivery Boy (uncredited)
Elfriede Borodin ... Saleslady (uncredited)
Frederic Brunn ... Soldier (uncredited)
George Calliga ... Mons. Bertheil (uncredited)

David Clarke ... Soldier (uncredited)

Ann Codee ... Rosalie (uncredited)
Louise Colombet ... Customer (uncredited)

John Considine ... Little Boy (uncredited)
James Craven ... Officer (uncredited)

Guy D'Ennery ... Station Master (uncredited)
Ray De Ravenne ... Bartender (uncredited)

Jean Del Val ... Porter (uncredited)
Kay Deslys ... Wife (uncredited)
Bobby Dillon ... Boy (uncredited)

Ludwig Donath ... Desk Clerk in Hotel (uncredited)

Claudia Drake ... Girl (uncredited)
William Edmunds ... Horse and Buggy Taxicab Driver (uncredited)
Carl Ekberg ... Soldier (uncredited)
Fred Farrell ... Porter (uncredited)
Arno Frey ... Guide (uncredited)
Joel Friedkin ... Frenchman (uncredited)

Hans Fuerberg ... Soldier (uncredited)

Ava Gardner ... Marie - Salesgirl (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert ... Brunhilde - Stout Customer (uncredited)
Leatrice Joy Gilbert ... Girl (uncredited)
Larry Grenier ... Mons. de Brun (uncredited)

Eddie Hall ... German Officer Dancing in the Nightclub (uncredited)

Stuart Hall ... RAF Pilot (uncredited)
Bert Hicks ... Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Sheldon Jett ... Tourist (uncredited)

Greta Keller ... Baroness von Steinkamp (uncredited)

Henry Kolker ... General Bartholomew (uncredited)

Paul Kruger ... Soldier (uncredited)
Eddie Lee ... Japanese Man (uncredited)
Tommy Lee ... Japanese Man (uncredited)
Peter Leeds ... Boy (uncredited)
Adolf E. Licho ... Hawker (uncredited)
Louis Mercier ... Conductor (uncredited)
John Meredith ... RAF Navigator (uncredited)
Greta Meyer ... Customer (uncredited)
Adolph Milar ... Gestapo Agent (uncredited)
Sandra Morgan ... Mme. Berthil (uncredited)
Lotte Palfi Andor ... Unpleasant German Customer (uncredited)
Otto Reichow ... Soldier (uncredited)
Edward Rickard ... Chauffeur (uncredited)
Henry Rowland ... Sentry (uncredited)

Natalie Schafer ... Frau Amy Schröder (uncredited)
Allen Schute ... RAF Pilot (uncredited)
Harry Semels ... R.R. Mechanic (uncredited)
Lester Sharpe ... Warden (uncredited)

Arthur Space ... Henker - German Officer (uncredited)
Walter O. Stahl ... Baron 'Pookie' von Steinkamp (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson ... Emile (uncredited)
Hermine Sterler ... Woman (uncredited)
Christine Steward ... Woman (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Norma Thelan ... Girl in Cafe (uncredited)
George Travell ... Jeannot - Violinist (uncredited)
Lisl Valetti ... German Customer (uncredited)

Philip Van Zandt ... Customer (uncredited)
Michael Visaroff ... Vigouroux (uncredited)

Wilhelm von Brincken ... Major (uncredited)
Hans von Morhart ... Officer (uncredited)
Paul Weigel ... Old Man (uncredited)

Jacqueline White ... Danielle (uncredited)
Crane Whitley ... Officer (uncredited)
Gayne Whitman ... Maitre d'hotel (uncredited)
Buck Woods ... Jazz Singer in Nightclub (uncredited)
Jack Zeller ... Young Man (uncredited)

Directed by
Jules Dassin 
 
Writing credits
Jan Lustig (screenplay) and
Marvin Borowsky (screenplay) and
Marc Connelly (screenplay)

Leslie Bush-Fekete (story) (as Ladislas Bus-Fekete)

Charles Hoffman  contributing writer (uncredited)

Produced by
Joseph L. Mankiewicz .... producer
 
Original Music by
Franz Waxman 
 
Cinematography by
Robert H. Planck (director of photography) (as Robert Planck)
 
Film Editing by
Elmo Veron 
 
Art Direction by
Cedric Gibbons 
 
Set Decoration by
Edwin B. Willis 
 
Costume Design by
Irene (gowns)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stanley Goldsmith .... assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Daniel B. Cathcart .... associate art director
Henry Grace .... associate set decorator
 
Sound Department
Douglas Shearer .... recording director
 
Special Effects by
Warren Newcombe .... special effects
 
Music Department
Earl K. Brent .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Paul Marquardt .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Joseph Nussbaum .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Leonid Raab .... orchestrator (uncredited)
David Snell .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Edward Ward .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Eric Zeisl .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Crew verified as complete


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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Mademoiselle France" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK
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Runtime:
104 min | USA:99 min (Turner library print)
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Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Western Electric Sound System)
Certification:
Australia:G | Canada:G (video rating) | Finland:S | Sweden:15 (1945) | Sweden:(Banned) (1944) | UK:U | USA:Passed (National Board of Review) | USA:Approved (PCA #8877)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Originally scheduled as a February 1943 release under the name "Reunion", the movie was moved up to a Christmas 1942 release with the final title because of the increased interest in the war in France. Most trade papers reviewed the film with the title "Reunion" due to early press previews, and the copyright registry bears that title also.See more »
Quotes:
Michelle 'Mike' de la Becque:There is something you and/or the German army can do. Nevermind, I'm sure it's punishable by death.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Xtro (1982)See more »
Soundtrack:
Symphony No. 5 in C MinorSee more »

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8 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Starts out strong, 20 October 2004
Author: BumpyRide from TCM's Basement

I was enjoying this movie very much until John Wayne arrived on the scene. Suddenly, after his arrival the movie breaks down and becomes a mess of clichés and silliness. The first half dealing with France being occupied, and how it impacted the lives of the French was quite interesting. The Nazi's of course were portrayed as inept, bumbling idiots. One can't help but notice that in this movie, Joan has perfected her definitive "Joan Crawford" look. The hair, the look, the clothes all come together here. Too bad the movie couldn't stay on track, but I guess Joan did need at least two lovers per movie. The chemistry between Joan and John works, but John looks like he'd rather be lassoing wild horses than capturing Nazi's!

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