Confessions of a Nazi Spy

Anatole Litvak (director)
Milton Krims, John Wexley (screenwriters)
Edward G. Robinson, Francis Lederer, George Sanders (starring)

Los Angeles: First National Pictures, 1939. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1939 film.

From the archive of film historian and author Joel Finler.

Based on a series of articles written by FBI officer Leon G. Turrou, recounting his investigation of spy rings in the US. The first explicitly anti-Nazi film produced by a major American studio, released four months before the start of World War II, and featuring a large cast of German actors, including many who had emigrated from their country after the rise of Adolf Hitler.

Set in Germany.

8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, lightly age toned.

[Book #158502]