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The Man from Morocco (1945)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Anton Walbrook ...
Karel Langer
Margaretta Scott ...
Manuela
Mary Morris ...
Sarah Duboste
Reginald Tate ...
Ricardi
Peter Sinclair ...
Jock Sinclair
David Horne ...
Dr. Duboste
Hartley Power ...
Col. 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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23 November 1946 (USA)  »

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Der Mann aus Marokko  »

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Marching on for Freedom
Music by Mischa Spoliansky
Lyrics by Phil Park
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A romantic adventure with an anti-fascist message which only occasionally gets in the way of the story.
8 August 2000 | by (Barry, South Wales) – See all my reviews

An enjoyable romantic adventure set in the period between the defeat of the Spanish Republic and just before America entered the war. One or two idealistic speeches hold up action occasionally, but the film is refreshingly free of jingoism.


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