On being demobbed at the end of the war, Canadian flyer Laurence Gerard returns to France to discover who ordered the killing of a group of Resistence fighters including his new bride. He identifies Vichy collaborator Marcel Jarnac, who is reported as dead himself. Not believing this, Gerard follows the trail to Argentina where it is apparent that Nazism is also far from dead. Written by
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Opening credits: The characters and events depicted in this photoplay are fictional. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. See more
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If you continue to follow Madame Jarnac now, the consequeces may be serious.
That's what I had in mind,
Senor, I must warn you, I must command you - do not follow Madame Jarnac!
I'll tell you what. I thought it over and decided not to pay any attention to you.
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Referenced in Crossfire