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Istanbul (1957)





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In this adventure, a remake of Singapore (1947), a hero finds a bracelet containing 13 precious gems while visiting Istanbul. He soon finds himself pursued by covetous crooks who want those jewels. He is then deported by the Turkish authorities, but not before he has time to hide the bracelet in a hotel. Five years later, the man returns to seek out the stones. Again he is pursued by both authorities and criminals. He must also contend with the reappearance of his wife whom he thought had burned to death on their wedding night. She lived but suffered amnesia. She then remarried. Nat "King" Cole sings "When I Fall in Love".


Errol Flynn
as James Brennan
Cornell Borchers
as Stephanie Bauer / Karen Fielding
Torin Thatcher
as Douglas Fielding
John Bentley
as Inspector Nural
Leif Erickson
as Charlie Boyle
Peggy Knudsen
as Marge Boyle
Martin Benson
as Mr. Darius
Nat 'King' Cole
as Danny Rice
Werner Klemperer
as Paul Renkov
Jan Arvan
as Kazim
Ted Hecht
as Lt. Sarac
David Bond
as Dr. Sarica
Roland Varno
as Mr. Florian
Hillevi Rombin
as Air Hostess
Peri Hatman
as Turkish Travel Agent
Edward Colmans
as Hotel Clerk
Paul Thierry
as Middle-Aged Man
Robert Ben Ali
as Customs Man
George Calliga
as Headwaiter
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Handsomely produced by ordinary drama from the late portion of Flynn's career. The highlight is a few musical performances by the great Nat King Cole which far outclass anything else in the film.

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