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Man Hunt ()


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British hunter Thorndike vacationing in Bavaria has Hitler in his gun sight. He is captured, beaten, left for dead, and escapes back to London where he is hounded by German agents and aided... See more »

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Captain Alan Thorndike
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Jerry Stokes
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Major Quive-Smith
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Mr. Jones
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Vaner
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Doctor (as Ludwig Stossell)
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Lady Alice Risborough
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Lord Gerald Risborough
Roger Imhof ...
Captain Jensen
Egon Brecher ...
Pawnbroker
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Major
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Saul Farnsworthy
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Lyme Regis Postmistress
Arno Frey ...
Police Lieutenant
Frederick Vogeding ...
Ambassador (as Fredrik Vogeding)
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Umbrella Henchman
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Reeves
Keith Hitchcock ...
Bobby
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Harbor Police Chief (as William Vaughn)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Bennett ...
Costermonger (uncredited)
Frank Benson ...
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Ted Billings ...
Newsboy (uncredited)
Walter Bonn ...
Harbor Policeman (uncredited)
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Ship's First Mate (uncredited)
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Cab Driver (uncredited)
Carl Ekberg ...
Adolf Hitler (uncredited)
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Navigator (uncredited)
Douglas Gerrard ...
Policeman (uncredited)
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Third Sentry (uncredited)
Bobbie Hale ...
Costermonger (uncredited)
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Himself (in montage) (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Olaf Hytten ...
Piel - Saul's Law Clerk (uncredited)
Hans Joby ...
German Tracker (uncredited)
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German Attaché (uncredited)
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Co-Pilot (uncredited)
Adolf E. Licho ...
Little Fat Man (uncredited)
Virginia McDowall ...
Mary, the Postmistress's Daughter (uncredited)
Adolph Milar ...
German Pigeon Man (uncredited)
Carl Ottmar ...
Harbor Policeman (uncredited)
Otto Reichow ...
First Sentry (uncredited)
John Rogers ...
Cockney-Henchman (uncredited)
Clifford Severn ...
Cockney Boy (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson ...
Second Sentry (uncredited)

Directed by

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Fritz Lang

Written by

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Geoffrey Household ... (novel "Rogue Male")
 
Dudley Nichols ... (screenplay)
 
Lamar Trotti ... (contract writer) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Kenneth Macgowan ... associate producer
Len Hammond ... associate producer (uncredited)
Darryl F. Zanuck ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Alfred Newman
David Buttolph ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by

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Arthur C. Miller ... director of photography (as Arthur Miller)

Film Editing by

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Allen McNeil

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Richard Day
Wiard Ihnen ... (as Wiard B. Ihnen)

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Thomas Little

Costume Design by

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Travis Banton

Production Management

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William Koenig ... production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ad Schaumer ... assistant director (uncredited)

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Don B. Greenwood ... property master (uncredited)

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Eugene Grossman ... sound
Roger Heman Sr. ... sound (as Roger Heman)

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Edward B. Powell ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Herbert W. Spencer ... orchestrator (uncredited)

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Howard Batt ... technical advisor (uncredited)
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Also Known As
  • Rogue Male (United States)
  • Chasse à l'homme (France)
  • Menschenjagd (Germany)
  • La caza de un hombre (Spain)
  • El hombre atrapado (Spain)
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Trivia When this movie was made, America was not part of World War II. At this time, a number of Hollywood studios were pro-American involvement in the war. This movie is one of a number of films made during the late 1930s and early 1940s that represented pro-American intervention in the war. These films include: A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941), Man Hunt (1941), Foreign Correspondent (1940), The Mortal Storm (1940), Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939) and Sergeant York (1941). See more »
Goofs As Thorndike is being chased through ye olde London town, and we know it is London because some pearly kings (with the sort of execrable cockney accents that Dick Van Dyke would later utilise) pass him in a cobbled and foggy street. The pub in the back ground has batwing doors of the sort found in western saloons in the US. No pub in Great Britain has doors like that. They have proper doorways that keep the rain, fog, snow and general misery, out. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Une histoire seule (1989). See more »
Soundtracks She Was Poor but She Was Honest See more »
Quotes Captain Alan Thorndike: Every good soldier needs a crest for his cap. And you shall have your pin, set with diamonds if you wish.
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