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Port Said (1948)

 -  Drama  -  15 April 1948 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Gloria Henry ...
Gila Lingallo / Helena Guistano
William Bishop ...
Leslie Sears
Steven Geray ...
Alexis Tacca
Edgar Barrier ...
The Great Lingallo
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Mario Giustano
Ian MacDonald ...
Jakoll
Blanche Zohar ...
Thymesia
Robin Hughes ...
Bunny Beacham
Jay Novello ...
Taurk
Ted Hecht ...
Carlo
Lester Sharpe ...
Lt. Zaki
Martin Garralaga ...
Hotel Porter
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KISS OR KILL...they'll do both...to get away with murder! (original poster))

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Drama

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Approved
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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Foreign intrigue

That's the typical kind of adventure yarn that Hollywood gave us the years just after WW2. Sort of espionage, noir and exotic intrigues that took place in countries such as African or Near East ones, and always with titles of city or country names. See for yourself: SUDAN, ISTAMBUL, FLAME OF STAMBUL, TANGIER and so on...I forget many. These movies were not charmless, of course, and almost all are B pictures. They had their audiences...

This one was directed by Reginald Le Bord, whose most films are hard to catch, and produced by Wallace Mac Donald, who worked at Columbia pictures at the same period Sam Katzman did. But his style was not exactly the same.

The story here is not so much interesting, nothing new or fascinating at all. I was hardly kept awake in front of my TV set. But it's a rare gem, and not commented yet. That's the reason why I do it now. Giving more details would not be worth.


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