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I hate to say this, but if "Plan 9 from Outer Space" is the worst movie ever made, then "Diplomatic Passport" ranks as the second worst. It's too bad, because Marsha Hunt was wonderful in "Pride and Prejudice" (1940), "Blue Denim"(1959), "Jigsaw"(1949), "Bombers B-52"(1957), "The Human Comedy"(1943), "None Shall Escape"(1944) to mention a few. She made at least 50 appearances on TV in episodes of such shows as "Matlock," "Star Trek", "Murder She Wrote," "The Twilight Zone," "Gunsmoke," "Zane Grey Theatre," etc., so it is obvious that those in the business highly respected her talent. She actually did a fair job in "Diplomatic Passport," and it wasn't her fault that the movie turned out so poorly, but the movie itself just couldn't be saved by Ms Hunt.
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