The Spy in Black 1939 classic British espionage thriller Posted on January 10, 2023 by womo Directed by Michael Powell source
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Bloody comedy. A blind person could see that the chauffeur was a woman, as for taking the moped to bed, ridiculous. I watched it, but not a classic, by the way, the maid at the beginning, didn't she appear in some Carry on films later in life.?.
Gems of Gem, all Crews are really fantastic and should take lessons from this movie story today's script writers
I'd love to watch it, but the thing going on the right side of the screen make it a tough watch
Fist class film. First class actors and crew.
Conrad Veidt and Valerie Hobson had wonderful chemistry in both films they did together. So sad he died young, at 50, not living to see a post-Nazi homeland.
very enjoyable,thanks foe sharing.
I agree with all the comments below. A GEM of a movie. But i still cannot get past the scene where both meet right outside the house and give away their true identity which unbeknownst to them the Nazi sub commander was overhearing every word they said. If they could have waited a few hours. just a few hours more. Impetuous couple and downright dangerous and stupid considering what was at stake. But …overall a great movie.
One of my favorite films! ??
Valerie Hobson 1917 – 1998
Valerie Hobson was a honey for sure,great movie, thank you for uploading!!
Max von Sydow at 1.06.16 ??
Beautifully restored classic WW1, naval spy movie. Thanks, MK for posting.
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please tell me that i’m not the only one who just fell in love whit June Duprez so badly please i can’t take her out of my mind she was the most beautiful woman in the whole world help me hahahha
Lovely movie …. great story ….
Thank U 4 uploading to U-tube !!!!
James from the engine room is the spitting image of actor Ken Stott who plays Rebus ?
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Well worth watching. Good actor Veidt, ironic in this film about spies and traitors that he was himself one.
Bogie and demarest would have nailed this Henie
Far as i know one doesnt salute inside a bldg unless reporting to an officer….i believe it's so if my memory from 68-70 rightly serves me. Dismissed!
German U boat and the depth gauges are in imperial, not metric?
What the hell os she talking about “ don’t bite this it’s macaroni”. ???
Wow the quality of this film is amazing. Thanks !
What a gorgeous print of this film. In this case color would spoil it. I am totally caught up in the story.
Great movie, Good story, the best crop of actors, and everybody, thank you.
I don't like double agents
Very good. Good plot. Made at a time when the worse was yet to come. Thanks for posting.
good old war movie.
Good 1939 flick all around; including resolution and sound. Thanks MKP.
Fantastic film top quality through out.
I was just watching this on my tv but this vid on my phone looks tons better with more atmosphere. On a 6in phone & in stereo-ish, you get a surround sound feeling with pin hole speakers that have weirdly water in them. It beats my tv down that I might jack it in..
Superb. Thank you for posting this gem. For those Conrad Veidt fans who haven't yet caught 'Dark Voyage' on YouTube, you have another treat in store.
Good film, but a bit of a failure when a U boat can't sink a little steamboat quicker than this yet hoped to sink something larger.
James from the engine room at 1:09:50 – "We canna' keep up this pace much longer. It's murderin' my bearin's".
Scotty on Star Trek – "I've giv'n her all she's got captain, an' I canna' give her no more".
Tries to rise above the conventional, but – despite lotsa atmosphere – dissolves into splashy silliness.
I was rooting for the Germans.
Scottish writer J Storer Clouston (pronounced kloostun)
The author's Wikipedia page
Amazingly advanced technology in 1st World War.
Another British film good cast
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