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Appointment in Berlin (1943)





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This wartime melodrama stars George Sanders as Keith Wilson, a disillusioned Britisher who becomes a "Lord Haw Haw"type at a Nazi radio station. All the time he's dispensing anti-British propaganda over the airwaves, however, Wilson is actually a secret agent in the employ of the His Majesty's government. It is Wilson's intention to use his intimate relationship with the Germans to expose a worldwide Nazi spy ring. Romance enter the picture in the form of Ilse Preissing (Marguerite Chapman), the sister of a Nazi agent whose decision to join Wilson's side results in her death. Veteran movie villainess Gale Sondergaard also appears in the film, cast against type as a courageous British intelligence agent. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


George Sanders
as Keith Wilson
Marguerite Chapman
as Ilse Von Preissing
Gale Sondergaard
as Gretta Van Leyden
Onslow Stevens
as Rudolph Von Preissing
Alan Napier
as Col. Patterson
H.P. Sanders
as Sir Douglas Wilson
Don Douglas
as Bill Banning
Jack Lee
as Babe Forrester
Alec Craig
as Smitty
Leonard Mudie
as MacPhail
Frederic Worlock
as Von Ritter
Steven Geray
as Henri Bader
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