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David Harding, Counterspy (1950)





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Based on the long-running radio program created by Philips H. Lord, the film opens with a radio commentator blasting the U. S. government for the manner in which a certain foreign power has obtained secret information during WWII. The commentator is brought to the secret headquarters of "David Harding, Counterspy" where he learns that the story was deliberately planted with the commentator to fool the enemy. Harding them tells, in flashback, a specific story to illustrate how counter-espionage works. Jerry Baldwin, a U.S. Navy officer is brought to a city where torpedoes are manufactured for the Navy, and his assignment is to find out information is leaking out to the enemy.


Howard St. John
as David Harding
Audrey Long
as Betty Iverson
Willard Parker
as Lt. Comdr. Jerry A. Baldwin
Raymond Greenleaf
as Dr. George Vickers
Harlan Warde
as Hopkins
Alex Gerry
as Charles Kingston
John Dehner
as Frank Reynolds
Anthony Jochim
as Robert Barrington
John Pickard
as McCullough
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