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Saboteur ()


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An aircraft factory worker goes on the run after being wrongly accused of starting a fire that killed his best friend.

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Patricia (Pat) Martin
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Barry Kane
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Charles Tobin
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Freeman
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Neilson
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Frank Fry
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Mrs. Henrietta Sutton
Vaughan Glaser ...
Philip Martin aka Mr. Miller (as Vaughan Glazer)
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Mrs. Mason
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Robert
Frances Carson ...
Society Woman
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Truck Driver
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Mrs. Brown -- Young Mother
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Bones - Circus Troupe
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Midget - Circus Troupe
Marie LeDeaux ...
Fat Woman - Circus Troupe (as Marie Le Deaux)
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Lorelei - Circus Troupe (as Anita Bolster)
Jean Romer ...
Siamese Twin (as Jeanne Romer)
Laura Mason ...
Siamese Twin (as Lynn Romer)
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Detective (uncredited)
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Deputy Sheriff-Driver (uncredited)
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Marine MP Sergeant (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
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Farmer (uncredited)
Don Cadell ...
FBI Man (uncredited)
James Carlisle ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
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Detective Outside Movie Theater (uncredited)
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Edward (uncredited)
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Man in Movie Audience (uncredited)
Mary Curtis ...
Midget (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Helen Dickson ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
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Refugee Mother (uncredited)
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FBI Agent at Mason's House (uncredited)
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Footman (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
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George - Elevator Operator (uncredited)
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Motorcycle Cop (uncredited) (voice)
Eddie Foster ...
Driver for Saboteurs (uncredited)
Jack Gardner ...
Pat's Taxi Driver (uncredited)
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Plant Worker (uncredited)
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Radio Broadcaster (uncredited) (voice)
Gus Glassmire ...
Mr. Pearl (uncredited)
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Stranger on Sidewalk (uncredited)
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Second Sheriff (uncredited)
Sam Harris ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
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Henry's Wife in Movie (uncredited)
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Will - Other Man in Movie (uncredited)
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Man in Front of New York Drugstore (uncredited)
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FBI Chief (uncredited)
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Man Killed in Movie Theater (uncredited)
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Plant Cafeteria Worker (uncredited)
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Rogers (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Alexander Lockwood ...
Marine (uncredited)
Nancy Loring ...
Young Mother (uncredited)
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Man (uncredited)
Jimmie Lucas ...
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
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Man in Newsreel Truck (uncredited)
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Cowhand (uncredited)
Margaret Ann McLaughlin ...
Baby Susie Brown (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Dick Midgley ...
FBI Agent (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
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Adele - Tobin's Maid (uncredited)
Margaret Moffatt ...
Mrs. Moore - Neighbor (uncredited)
Field Norton ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
Gene O'Donnell ...
Jitterbug (uncredited)
Paddy O'Flynn ...
Counterman at Statue of Liberty (uncredited)
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Plant Worker (uncredited)
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Henry - Husband in Movie (uncredited)
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Society Woman (uncredited)
Lee Phelps ...
Plant Security Officer (uncredited)
Paul Phillips ...
Driver (uncredited)
Gerald Pierce ...
Elevator Operator (uncredited)
Louis Quince ...
Tourist (uncredited)
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Cameraman (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
Lynne Romer ...
Siamese Twin (uncredited)
William Ruhl ...
Deputy Marshal (uncredited)
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Ken Mason (uncredited)
Shadow ...
Dog (uncredited)
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Barry's Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Byron Shores ...
Detective (uncredited)
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Motorcycle Highway Patrolman (uncredited)
Virgil Summers ...
Henchman (uncredited)
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Man (uncredited)
Jean Trent ...
Blonde Aircraft Worker (uncredited)
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Motorcycle Cop (uncredited) (voice)
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FBI Assistant - Phone Operator (uncredited)
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Wife in Movie Audience (uncredited)
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First Sheriff (uncredited)
Marjorie Wood ...
Farmer's Wife (uncredited)
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J.C. Lormans - Company Official (uncredited)
Barton Yarborough ...
First FBI Man at Mason's House (uncredited)
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Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)

Directed by

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Alfred Hitchcock

Written by

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Peter Viertel ... (original screen play) &
Joan Harrison ... (original screen play) &
Dorothy Parker ... (original screen play)
 
Alfred Hitchcock ... (story) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Jack H. Skirball ... associate producer
Frank Lloyd ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Frank Skinner ... (musical score)

Cinematography by

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Joseph A. Valentine ... director of photography (as Joseph Valentine)

Film Editing by

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Otto Ludwig ... film editor
Edward Curtiss ... (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Jack Otterson

Set Decoration by

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Russell A. Gausman ... (set decorations) (as R.A. Gausman)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Fred Frank ... assistant director
John P. Fulton ... second unit director: New York (uncredited)
Vernon Keays ... second unit director: Lone Pine (uncredited)

Art Department

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Robert F. Boyle ... associate art director (as Robert Boyle)
John DeCuir ... illustrator (uncredited)
Dorothea Holt ... illustrator (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bernard B. Brown ... sound director
William Hedgcock ... technician

Visual Effects by

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John P. Fulton ... special photographic effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Russell Saunders ... stunt double: Robert Cummings (uncredited)
David Sharpe ... stunt double: Robert Cummings Horse Riding/Norman Lloyd at the Statue of Liberty (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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James V. King ... camera operator (uncredited)
Virgil Summers ... best boy (uncredited)
Charles Van Enger ... director of photography: Lone Pine (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Eugene Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department

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Charles Previn ... musical director

Other crew

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Adele Cannon ... set continuity
David O. Selznick ... technical acknowledgment: Alfred Hitchcock directs through the courtesy of
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Plot Summary

Los Angeles aircraft worker Barry Kane evades arrest after he is unjustly accused of sabotage. Following leads, he travels across the country to New York City trying to clear his name by exposing a gang of fascist-supporting saboteurs led by apparently respectable Charles Tobin. Along the way, he involves Pat Martin, eventually preventing another major act of sabotage. They finally catch up with Frank Frye, the man who actually committed the act of sabotage at the aircraft factory. Written by alfiehitchie

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Taglines Unmasking the man behind your back! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Cinquième colonne (France)
  • Sabotaje (Spain)
  • Sabotör (Finland, Swedish title)
  • Saboteador (Mexico)
  • Sabotör (Sweden)
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Runtime
  • 109 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Sir Alfred Hitchcock's original cameo was cut by order of the censors. He and his secretary played deaf pedestrians. When Hitchcock's character made an apparently indecent proposal to her in sign language, she slapped his face. A more conventional cameo in front of a drugstore was substituted. See more »
Goofs When the Las Vegas newspaper is first seen in Freeman's pocket at Soda City, it is folded so that the headline cannot be seen. When Kane looks toward the pocket, the headline catches his eye, yet when he reaches for the paper to pull it out of the pocket, it has the original fold with no headline showing. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Making of 'Psycho' (1997). See more »
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Crazy Credits Rather than finishing with "The End", the word "Finis" appears. This is perhaps an allusion to the fall of France, which is referred to in Pat's conversation with Fry inside the Statue of Liberty. See more »
Quotes Charles Tobin: You're one of the ardent believers - a good American. Oh, there are millions like you. People who play along, without asking questions. I hate to use the word stupid, but it seems to be the only one that applies. The great masses, the moron millions. Well, there are a few of us unwilling to troop along... a few of us who are clever enough to see that there's much more to be done than just live small complacent lives, a few of us in america who desire a more profitable type of government. When you think about it, Mr. Kane, the competence of totalitarian nations is much higher than ours. They get things done.
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