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Cloak and Dagger (1946) was a Romance - Adventure Film directed by Fritz Lang and produced by Milton Sperling.

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Cloak and Dagger (1946)

By Beatrice on Feb 7, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Cloak and Dagger Directed by Fritz Lang Written by Albert Maltz and Ring Lardner Jr.; original story by Boris Ingster and John Larkin 1946/USA Warner Bros./United States Pictures First viewing/Netflix rental This is not one of Lang’s more memorable films but it still looks awfully good. The... Read full article

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Due to military intelligence and secrecy reasons, American Hollywood Studios were prevented by the US Government from mentioning the OSS (the Office of Strategic Services) in movies during World War II. However, this movie was first released in September 1946 which was after the end of World War II, hence explaining why the OSS was mentioned in this movie.
Dan Seymour became friends with director Fritz Langon the set of the movie after Lang discovered he spoke German. Seymour maintained a life-long friendship with Lang and became the executor of Lang's estate.
This movie's opening prologue states: "This picture has been inspired by the amazing achievements of the OSS the Office of Strategic Services, but no part of it is intended as a portrayal of actual events. The story, names, characters and events depicted are wholly fictitious. If there is any similarity between them and any persons living or dead, or any events which may have happened, it is entirely coincidental."
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