A trusted German general during World War II was actually a secret agent for the British.


(as Herbert Swope Jr.)


(television play), (television play)


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Episode cast overview:
Himself - Host
Frederick Worlock ...
Sir Oliver (as Frederic Worlock)
Irja Jensen ...
The Baroness
Francis Bethencourt ...
Lt. Keyes
Kurt Katch ...
Capt. Blucher
Capt. Krueger
Hans Heinrich von Twardowski ...
Gen. Von Gruber (as H.H.V. Twardowski)
Naomi Campbell ...
Madge Sheffield
Valerie Cardew ...
Michael McAloney ...
Capt. Farnsworth
Peter Pagan ...
The Sentry
Cullen Desmond ...
The Radio Operator
Nelson Case ...
Announcer for Johnson's Wax


A trusted German general during World War II was actually a secret agent for the British.

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27 October 1952 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Is that the best episode of this old TV show?

I admit that TV series from the early fifties is rather hard to watch, to follow. Very static and talkative, I am glad not to have to view the whole package. I comment this one only because it has not any comment yet. But I can't ask the audiences to fight to get this one. Now, I really don't know how are the others. The previous episode of this show I saw today, starring Vincent Price - THE RING MASTER - was quite interesting but also so boring, sleepy in the shape. This one should have been more exciting one decade later, I ma sure of this. The Young David Niven is exactly at his place here, more British as ever.

I don't think many episodes of this series emerge now, after all those years, but if you can get any of them, try. You may find some gems, you never know.

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