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Teheran (1946)

 |  Drama  |  3 October 1946 (Italy)
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Complete credited cast:
Derek Farr ...
Pemberton Grant
Marta Labarr ...
Natalie Trubetzin
Manning Whiley ...
Paul Sherek
Pamela Stirling ...
Philip Ridgeway ...
Mr. Razed (as Phillip Ridgeway)
John Warwick ...
Maj. 'Mack' MacIntyre, UK
John Slater ...
Maj. Sergei Soviesky, USSR
MacDonald Parke ...
Maj. Wellman, USA
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vera Bergman
Valentino Bruchi
John Carson
Giulio Donnini
Enzo Fiermonte
Enrico Glori


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3 October 1946 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Conspiracy in Teheran  »

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Tedious war film/thriller
28 August 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

The first reviewer has given the details of the plot.When this film was made stories told in flashback where very much in fashion.It is difficult to know why.The premise of the story is interesting.It has been used many times since. However to do this sort of film well you need experienced actors,a script which is able to maintain tension and an effective director,sadly this film has none of them. This is an Italian-British co production made in Rome.The only British actor is Derek Farr.As for the rest they would appear to be continental actors who could speak English .Imagine this film starring Bogart ,Litre and Greenstreet and it would at least be watchable. There is no tension since you know that such a plot did not succeed.Maybe this contributes to the uninspired direction.

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