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Suicide Squadron (Dangerous Moonlight) (1942)





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Dangerous Moonlight was the original British title for the wartime drama Suicide Squadron. Anton Walbrook plays a famed Polish composer who refuses to leave his homeland when the Nazis march in. His friends literally have to hoodwink him into leaving so that he will avoid extermination. Still anxious to avenge his countrymen, Walbrook joins a Polish air squadron headquartered in England. The film's romantic angle is personified by Sally Gray, an American newswoman whom Walbrook marries after a whirlwind courtship. The film itself is no better or worse than most others of its kind, but has remained etched in the collective memory of wartime filmgoers thanks to its omnipresent utilization of The Warsaw Concerto on the soundtrack. Financed by RKO Radio pictures, Dangerous Moonlight was distributed by Republic Pictures during the war years, though rights reverted to RKO in 1947. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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Anton Walbrook
as Stefan 'Steve' Radetzky
Sally Gray
as Carol Peters Radetzky
Derrick De Marney
as Michael 'Mike' Carroll
Kenneth Kent
as De Guise
Cecil Parker
as Specialist
Keneth Kent
as Andre De Guise
Percy Parsons
as Bill Peters
J.H. Roberts
as Resident Physician
John Laurie
as British Commander
Frederick Valk
as Polish Bomber Commander
Robert Beatty
as Reporter
Marian Spencer
as Miss Gratton
John H. Roberts
as Resident Physician
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