A young Scottish RAF gunner is debriefed by French officials about his escape from occupied territory, and in particular one person who may or may not have been a German agent.
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Alfred Hitchcock was paid £10 per week while working on this film. That would equate to about $40 at the time or about $560 in 2017. See more
Free French Colonel
One of the regulars at that cafe was a small-time Vichy spy. Stefan lighting an English cigarette there was no accident. It was a bit like yelling "Vive de Gaulle!" at Gestapo headquarters. The idea was to attract the attention not only of the spy but of the man and woman from the Resistance whom you later saw in the wine cellar.