As French bomber crews prepare an air raid from a base in England, we learn the story of Matrac, a French journalist who opposed the Munich Pact. Framed for murder and sent to Devil's Island, he and four others escape. They are on a ship bound for Marseilles when France surrenders and fascist sympathizer Major Duval tries to seize the ship for Vichy. Written by
Ed Stephan <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
The FW 200 could also carry a 900-kilogram (2,000 lb) bomb load or naval mines to use against shipping. It was claimed that between June 1940 and February 1941, they sank 331,122 tonnes (365,000 tons) of shipping, despite a rather crude bombsight. As of August 1941, the aircrews were told to cease all shipping attacks in order to save the few remaining aircraft. The FW 200 plane model was to be a FW 200 C-5 model. See more
When Paula mentions that Matrac had wanted to go to do stories in South America, Matrac agrees and mentions Guatamala and Peru. Guatamala is in Central America. See more
He still fights. The bombs they're dropping tonight are editorials the Germans will understand.
Someday I'll Meet You Again
Music by Max Steiner
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Sung by Corinna Mura
at the nightclub
Sung also by an offscreen male voice
Played on piano by Michèle Morgan
Played often as part of the score See more