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The Argyle Secrets (1948)





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Only faintly related to the old stage play The Argyle Case, The Argyle Secrets is based on a half-hour radio program originally heard on CBS' Suspense. In the immediate postwar years, several above-suspicion Americans attempt to hide their past collaborations with the Nazis. Reporter William Gargan refuses to let sleeping dogs lie, however, and tracks down some of these fifth columnists. The film's "Macguffin" is a set of incriminating papers, which are stolen early in the proceedings. The supporting cast of this Film Classics programmer includes future Danny Thomas Show co-star Marjorie Lord and former "Dick Tracy" portrayer Ralph Byrd. The Argyle Secrets was written and directed by one-time MGM film editor Cyril Endfield, later the man behind the megaphone on Zulu (1964).


William Gargan
as Harry Mitchell
Ralph Byrd
as Lt. Samuel Sampson
Jack Reitzen
as Panama Archie
John Banner
as Mr. Winter
Alex Frazer
as Joe McBrod
Peter Brocco
as Scanlon
Mary Tarcai
as Mrs. Rubin
Herbert Rawlinson
as Dr. Van Selbin
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