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Two Tickets to London (1943)

Approved | | Drama | 18 June 1943 (USA)
Accused of helping an enemy submarine, a man escapes and joins a beautiful girl in trying to find the real traitors.

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Jeanne
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Admiralty Detective Fairchild
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Ormsby
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Accused of helping an enemy submarine, a man escapes and joins a beautiful girl in trying to find the real traitors.

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traitor | submarine | on the run | See All (3) »

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CONVOY TO ROMANCE! (original ad - all caps)

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A Prisioneira de uma Noite  »

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Dooley Wilson plays and sings the country hit "You Are My Sunshine" (by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell) on the accordion. See more »

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Referenced in Columbo: How to Dial a Murder (1978) See more »

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Lead, Kindly Light
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Words by John Henry Newman
Music by John B. Dykes
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Budding romance on the run from wartime authorities
15 January 2007 | by (Adelaide, South Australia) – See all my reviews

You know you're innocent, so what do you do when given the chance? you escape from custody, grab a girl, fall in love, that is it, the entire plot.

The two lead characters are wooden, uninteresting, but the character actors, oh what a turn around, they breathe life into an initially mundane movie.

C. Aubrey Smith, Dooley Wilson and Barry Fitzgerald are alive and animated, they carry the movie over some rocky terrain, allowing it to arrive at its very predictable conclusion.

Ignore the faults, because the positives far outweigh them.


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