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When "Fritz" (played by Lloyd Bridges) is speaking to his employer, he takes out a cigarette case, offers one to him, then removes one for himself. He taps it on the case. In the next instant, when the camera changes to the angle behind him, the cigarette is already in his mouth. See more »
I can bring you much information, for which you will pay me many shillings.
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Warren William as Michael Lanyard, the Lone Wolf, tries to keep the Nazis from getting control of the Suez Canal in "Passport to Suez," a 1943 film, and William's last as the Lone Wolf.
As with many of this type of film, the mission is a mcguffin in this well-directed mystery that is filled with humor and atmosphere. The cast is particularly good - besides William and Eric Blore as his butler, Anne Savage is the femme fatale, Sheldon Leonard a nightclub owner, and the cast is rounded out by Jay Novello as a spy, Frederic Norlock as an intelligence officer, Sig Arno, and Lou Merrill.
Most of the humor comes from Blore, and he tarts the film off with some great comedy over a phone call. William takes his assignment seriously; this is a slightly more sober Wolf. A fitting ending to a great run.
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