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The Man from Morocco (1945)

Approved | | Action, Adventure | 23 November 1946 (USA)
A story of war, mystery, love and adventure following a group of members of the International Brigade and his artist captain fighting in the Spanish Civil War who undergo internment in a ... See full summary »

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(as Max Greene)

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Karel Langer
Margaretta Scott ...
Manuela
Mary Morris ...
Sarah Duboste
Reginald Tate ...
Ricardi
Peter Sinclair ...
Jock Sinclair
David Horne ...
Dr. Duboste
Hartley Power ...
Colonel Bagley
Sybille Binder ...
Erna
Charles Victor ...
Bourdille
Joseph Almas ...
Franz (as Josef Almas)
John McLaren ...
Pete
Dennis Arundell ...
Gatzini
André Randall ...
French General
Carl Jaffe ...
German General
Orlando Martins ...
Jeremiah
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A story of war, mystery, love and adventure following a group of members of the International Brigade and his artist captain fighting in the Spanish Civil War who undergo internment in a French camp, forced work in Sahara, carrying vital information to England and fighting a Nazi espionage web which will eventually take the captain back to Morocco, while searching for his loved one. Written by BSK

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Action | Adventure

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23 November 1946 (USA)  »

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Der Mann aus Marokko  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Marching on for Freedom
Music by Mischa Spoliansky
Lyrics by Phil Park
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overlong and boring
14 August 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This was one of two wartime films directed by the great cinematographer Mutz Greenbaum.He came to the UK as a refugee from Nazi Germany and photographed many famous films.His stylistic flourishes are evident throughout the film. Alas the story is thoroughly undistinguished.The film is far too long.At the beginning it starts with the Spanish civil war.It subsequently moves to Morocco and then finally on to London.It goes at a snail's pace and is generally unexciting. Given that by the time this film was released the war was nearly over it is difficult to understand what would have attracted an audience to this film. What little action there is does not relieve the tedium.


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