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Diplomatic Courier (1952) was a Drama - Mystery Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Casey Robinson.

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Diplomatic Courier (1952, Henry Hathaway)

on Mar 5, 2012 From The Stop Button

Diplomatic Courier starts a lot stronger than it finishes. For the first half or so, it’s a post-war variation of a thirties Hitchcock–a lot of unexplained, strange incidents and a protagonist trying to unravel them. Then it changes gear, becoming a Hollywood attempt at The Third Man. It... Read full article


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Sgt. Ernie Guelvada: [upon seeing Joan] The widow lady! Live and learn.
Joan Ross: If it isn't the cavalry.


Janine Betki: You're making a great mistake Mr. Kells. Sam was my friend.


Mike Kells: [to Janine] Oh no, no, no! I've been to your apartment. I don't like what happens there. Like getting slugged.


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