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British Intelligence (1940) was a Romance - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Terry O. Morse and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner, Bryan Foy and Mark Hellinger.

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By Dan Day, Jr. on Dec 5, 2020 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

Boris Karloff had plenty of movies on release in 1940. That year he starred in films from Universal, Columbia, Monogram, and Warner Bros. The last movie on his Warner contract was BRITISH INTELLIGENCE, a very convoluted, very low-budget espionage tale set during World War One. Karloff plays Valdar, ... Read full article

British Intelligence (1940, Terry O. Morse)

on May 31, 2013 From The Stop Button

It should be obvious British Intelligence is based on a play, so much of it takes place in a single house, but director Morse and screenwriter Lee Katz open it up enough it never does. Actually, even though it’s a low budget picture, their expansive approach even obscures the concentration aro... Read full article

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The play opened in New York City, New York, USA on 13 August 1918 and had 335 performances. It was produced by George M. Cohan and the cast included Frank Sheridan and Cora Witherspoon.
Some cast members in studio records/casting call lists did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names): Sidney Bracey (Crowder), Jack Mower (Morton), Gordon Hart (Doctor) and John Sutton (Officer). The voice of the man in the car bringing home Frank Bennett sounded a bit like Sutton, but he was not fully on camera and could not be identified.
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