"Saboteur" (also known as "Saboteure", "Sabotatori") is an Adventure/Romance/Thriller/War film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and written by Peter Viertel (original screenplay), released on April 22 of 1942 in the USA . Priscilla Lane is starring, alongside Robert Cummings, Otto Kruger, Alan Baxter, Clem Bevans and Norman Lloyd.
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Who is the director of "Saboteur":
Saboteur was directed by Alfred Hitchcock, an English director, actor, producer, and writer.
Before making Saboteur, Alfred Hitchcock had directed Suspicion, released in 1941, Suspicion (1941), Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941), Foreign Correspondent (1940), Rebecca (1940), and Jamaica Inn (1939). Since, he directed Lifeboat, released in 1944, Spellbound (1945), Notorious (1946), The Paradine Case (1947), Rope (1948), and Stage Fright (1950).
When was "Saboteur" released:
Saboteur was first released on Wednesday, April 22, 1942, in the United States.. This was seventy-seven (77) years ago.
It has been released on Tuesday, June 14, 1949 in France; Friday, May 16, 1958 in Germany; Friday, November 15, 1946 in Italy and on Wednesday, April 04, 1979 in Japan.
Who is at the casting of "Saboteur":
At the casting of Saboteur we find Priscilla Lane, previously seen in Blues in the Night (1941) and Million Dollar Baby (1941); Robert Cummings (Kings Row (1942), It Started with Eve (1941)); Otto Kruger (The Men in Her Life (1941), A Dispatch from Reuter's (1940)) [ more... ]
- Pedro de Cordoba and Vaughan Glaser, Ian Wolfe, Murray Alper also worked together in Once Upon a Time, released in 1944.
- Ian Wolfe and Alan Baxter, Clem Bevans also worked together in Abe Lincoln in Illinois, released in 1940.
- Billy Curtis and Vaughan Glaser also worked together in Meet John Doe, released in 1941.
What is the Storyline of "Saboteur":
Aircraft factory worker Barry Kane (Cummings) is wrongly accused of starting a fire at a Glendale, California airplane plant during World War II, an act of fifth columnist sabotage that killed his friend Mason. Kane believes that the real culprit is a man named Fry (Lloyd) who had handed him a fire extinguisher filled with gasoline, at the plant when the fire broke out, causing Mason's death. When the investigators find no one named ?Fry? on the list of plant workers, they assume Kane is the real [...]
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