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Exile Express (1939)





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Exile Express was the last film produced by Grand National Pictures, and a worthy farewell it was. Anna Sten, former Sam Goldwyn protegee and the wife of Exile Express producer Eugene Frenke, stars as Nadine Nikolas, a young European girl whose chances of becoming an American citizen are scotched when she is implicated in a murder. About to be deported, Nadine is rescued by reporter Steve Reynolds (Alan Marshall), who suspects that the killing was engineered by a gang of international spies. One delightful scene permits the haughty Ms. Sten to "let herself go" by dancing an energetic jitterbug. Directed by Universal contractee Otis Garrett, Exile Express is a satisfying blend of comedy, romance, and edge-of-the-seat suspense.

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Anna Sten
as Nadine Nikolas
Alan Marshal
as Steve Reynolds
Jerome Cowan
as Paul Brandt
Jed Prouty
as Hanley
Stanley Fields
as Tony Kassan
Spencer Charters
as Justice of Peace
Don Brodie
as Mullins
Henry Roquemore
as Constable
Maude Eburne
as Mrs. Smith
George Chandler
as Marvin McGee
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