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Oxford Professor Richard Myles and new bride Frances are off on a European honeymoon. It isn't your typical honeymoon though, for they are on a spying mission for British intelligence on the eve of World War 2. Written by
"Above Suspicion" is an average spy yarn, but fun. It was Joan Crawford's last movie at MGM. She was disappointed with the movie, but she was wrong. It is always fun to see a well-dressed, just-married couple take an European honeymoon, not knowing where they are going, to spy for the British. This was before WWII.
Joan Crawford and Fred MacMurray made a great team. MacMurray had the skill to team well with every leading lady he worked with. It was great to see Crawford work with Conrad Veidt again. They worked well in "A Woman's Face". Too bad Crawford and Veidt never worked again. Mr. Veidt died in 1943. This was his last movie.
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