Assignment Paris! (1952)

Assignment – Paris! is a 1952 American Cold War film noir directed by Robert Parrish and starring Dana Andrews, Märta Torén, George Sanders and Audrey Totter.

Director: Robert Parrish
Produced by Samuel Marx, Jerry Bresler
Screenplay: William Bowers, Walter Goetz (adaptation), Jack Palmer White (adaptation)
Based on Trial of Terror 1952 book by Paul Gallico and Pauline Gallico
Starring: Dana Andrews, Märta Torén, George Sanders, Audrey Totter
Music: George Duning
Cinematography: Ray Cory, Burnett Guffey
Edit: Charles Nelson, Donald W. Starling
Production company: Columbia Pictures
Distribution: Columbia Pictures
Release date : 1952
Running time: 84 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English

Source: Wikipedia

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35 Replies to “Assignment Paris! (1952)”

  1. Not to be missed – an excellent spy thriller with a great cast – George Sanders , Dana Andrews ,Marta. Toren and others .
    An exciting ending.Most enjoyable

  2. Finally found out why music is loud and dialogue low on many youtube videos. Two different channels for audio. Surely there must be a way to balance when uploading since some videos don't have this problem. I'm not tech savvy though.

  3. WOW. It's awesome to be able to see this movie. My father loved Marta Toren for her beautiful gray eyes and her name. He said, he had told my Mother if they ever had a daughter he would name her after Marta Toren. Well guess what? He did.

  4. Believe it or not, I discovered this movie while watching a home reel upload here in youtube that showed a movie theater scene with the title Assignment Paris. It was called Califronia 1950's Beany's Drive.

  5. Amazing how close we are to existing under similar conditions portrayed in this movie in 2021.Thank God I made sure that I never got pregnant, and my husband and I will be dead in 20 years—at the outside. Senator Joseph McCarthy was right all along… If the powers that be get their way, we'll all wind up like Dana Andrews.

  6. i am amused that hungarians in this movie don't even know how to pronounce budapest correctly! that is funny!!!!!! good old 1952 hollywood/london!

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