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Passport to Suez (1943)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime, Thriller | 19 August 1943 (USA)
The Lone Wolf undercover to foil the Nazis stealing the plans!

Director:

André De Toth

Writers:

Alden Nash (story), John Stone
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Warren William ... Michael Lanyard aka The Lone Wolf
Ann Savage ... Valerie King
Eric Blore ... Llewellyn Jameson
Robert Stanford Robert Stanford ... Donald Jameson
Sheldon Leonard ... Johnny Booth
Lloyd Bridges ... Fritz
Gavin Muir ... Karl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eddie Kane Eddie Kane ... (scenes deleted)
Jack Lee Jack Lee ... (scenes deleted)
Stanley Price ... (scenes deleted)
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Storyline

The Lone Wolf undercover to foil the Nazis stealing the plans!

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detective | spy | sequel | See All (3) »

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Most Furious Battle of the Lone Wolf's Thrill-Lashed Career! See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Thriller

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Goofs

When Donald Jameson (Robert Stanford) showed up with his 'fiance' (Ann Savage), he introduced her to Lanyard and Booth as Valerie, but immediately after, Booth called her Miss King - how did he know that? See more »

Quotes

Mr. Whistler: [to Lanyard] I can bring you much information, for which you will pay me many shillings.
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Connections

Follows The Last of the Lone Wolf (1930) See more »

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Eric Blore: "We better get out of here or as the Americans say: 'Let's scram!'"
20 October 2007 | by DoylenfSee all my reviews

Enjoyable entry in the Lone Wolf series with ERIC BLORE supplying most of the humor with some clever lines and scene stealing tactics from WARREN WILLIAM, again playing the title role. It's a wartime espionage story with something about spies, mysterious laces, the glass on wristwatches and some '40s technology thrown in for good measure. All of it is highly improbable, as played here, and yet it's probably just the sort of escapist entertainment audiences wanted during WWII.

ANN SAVAGE is the femme fatale (as usual), but it's really Warren William and Eric Blore who share the spotlight beautifully, playing off each other with their usual dexterity.

SHELDON LEONARD has a good turn as a nightclub owner on the right side of the law and LLOYD BRIDGES again shows up in a brief supporting role.

Not bad, but not much above average either.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 August 1943 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Night of Adventure See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Columbia Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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