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Passport to Suez (1943)





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Though it's not made readily apparent by the title, Passport to Suez was the 10th entry in Columbia's "Lone Wolf" series. Warren William returns as amateur sleuth Michael Lanyard, aka the Lone Wolf, while Eric Blore is his faithful valet Jamison. In this outing, Lanyard finds himself in Alexandria, Egypt, where he works as an unofficial espionage agent for the Allies. Nazi spies threaten to murder Jamison if Lanyard does not agree to steal valuable military documents from the British Embassy. Among the suspicious characters weaving in and out of the proceedings are Johnny Booth (Sheldon Leonard), a "Rick Blaine" style café proprietor, and Valerie King (Ann Savage) a secret agent posing as a journalist. One of the film's cuter script touches is a trio of spies with "artistic" code names: Rembrandt, Cezanne, and The Whistler. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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Warren William
as Michael Lanyard / The Lone Wolf
Eric Blore
as Llewellyn Jameson
Ann Savage
as Valerie King
Robert Stanford
as Donald Jameson
Sheldon Leonard
as Johnny Booth
Lou Merrill
as Rembrandt
Frederic Worlock
as Sir Roger Wembley
Jay Novello
as Cezanne
Sig Arno
as Whistler
John Tyrrell
as Wembley Man
Frank O'Connor
as Wembley man
Eddie Kane
as Gay Man
Stanley Price
as Native Cop
Gene Stone
as Bartender
Frank Arnold
as French Waiter
Jack Lee
as Drunk
Frances Chan
as Chinese
Grace Lem
as Woman
Tanya Semova
as Russian
Jack Rice
as Hotel Clerk
Darby Jones
as Bellboy
Nick Thompson
as Launderer
Frank Lackteen
as Launderer
Mal Merrihugh
as Chauffeur
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