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The earliest documented telecasts of this film took place in New York City Saturday 14 August 1948 on WNBT (Channel 4), in both Philadelphia and Baltimore Sunday 27 March 1949 on WCAU (Channel 10) and on WMAR (Channel 2), and in Boston Sunday 24 April 1949 on WBZ (Channel 4). See more »
When Garnett puts on his glasses in the car, studio lights can be seen reflected in them. See more »
The cast list in the opening and closing credits was followed by a line "etc. etc. etc.", as if to acknowledge collectively any uncredited extras. See more »
I'm sure that viewed during the war it was taken seriously but viewed today, with a critical eye, and I don't mean an aesthetic eye, its absurdity is what is called camp. It was only watching this film that I realized that the British TV series 'allo! 'allo! (1982-1992) was a broad parody. The central characters are two veddy veddy British chaps in trench coats wandering around in and out of the woods. Always in their trench coats. There's the cafe run by a Cockney in a beret always at odds with his wife. All we need is for the local flick to drop by and say "Good moaning". Even though people took this seriously at the time it boggles the mind to think people could really believe espionage
was actually conducted this way. For fans of the TV series this is a must not miss. I just wonder how stoned Croft and Lloyd were after seeing this film on TV 30+ years after having seen it in a West End cinema and realizing how absurd it all was and how they didn't notice 30 years before.
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