When a neutral Danish merchant ship is forced to put into port after trying to evade British wartime contraband control, its captain becomes involved in a beautiful British Naval Intelligent agent’s efforts to capture a group of German spies operating from a London cinema.
Early in World War II, Danish sea captain Andersen, delayed in a British port, tangles with German spies.
Director: Michael Powell
Cast: Conrad Veidt, Valerie Hobson, Hay Petrie, Joss Ambler, Raymond Lovell, Esmond Knight, Charles Victor, Phoebe Kershaw, Harold Warrender, John Longden, Eric Maturin, Paddy Browne, Henry Wolston, Julian Vedey, Sydney Moncton, Hamilton Keene, Leo Genn, Stuart Latham, Peter Bull, Dennis Arundell, Molly Hamley-Clifford, Eric Berry, Olga Edwardes, Toni Gable, Desmond Jeans, Eric Hales, J.P. Roberts, Manning Whiley, Deborah Kerr, Frank Allenby
Neutral Danish steamship Helvig, returning from America, runs foul of British contraband regulations and is led to a control port where Captain Andersen grudgingly allows by British officers with the promise that the ship will be allowed to proceed in the morning. Discovering that his landing passes have been stolen and two passengers are missing Mrs Sorensen and Mr Pidgeon, both agents for British Naval Intelligence Andersen rows ashore, following the two escapees on to a train bound for London. Pidgeon escapes in the London black-out but Andersen catches up with Mrs Sorensen. Both are captured by German intelligence, who substitute false plans for those carried by Mrs Sorensen. Andersen escapes and recruits help from a Danish restaurant nearby They rescue Mrs Sorensen who then slips away to inform the of the true message which she is carrying. Passengers and crew return to the Helvig in time to sail as arranged the next morning, when Andersen learns that Naval intelligence had been monitoring the events of the previous evening and he is congratulated oil his night’s work.
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720×480 | 5000 kbps | 3.6Gb
Audio: #1 English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
01:32:00 | UK | Adventure, Romance
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