Monday, October 29, 2018
“In postwar Germany a meeting of the War Crimes Commission is being held. Those present decide that Konstantin Shayne, a heinous Nazi war criminal, should be released from prison in the hopes that he will lead the commission to his superior, the infamous Franz Kindler – one of the architects of the genocide against the Jews, currently in hiding in Conneticut under an assumed name. A federal agent is assigned to follow Shayne, and the chase begins.” – Park Circus
Screening as part of our retrospective series “Directed by Orson Welles,” from Oct 26 through Nov 1.
- Country USA
- Year 1946
- Running Time 95 minutes
- Distributor Park Circus
- Director Orson Welles
- Writer Victor Trivas (original story), Decla Dunning (adaptation), Anthony Veiller (screenplay)
- Editor Ernest J. Nims
- Cinematographer Russell Metty
- Cast Orson Welles, Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, Philip Merivale, Richard Long
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