The Two-Headed Spy1958

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The Two-Headed Spy
Directed by:
André De Toth

Released in the USA on March 02 of 1959, "The Two-Headed Spy" (also known as "Due volti del Generale Ombra, I") is a Drama/Thriller/War film directed by André De Toth, and written by Michael Wilson (screenplay) , starring Jack Hawkins, Gia Scala, Erik Schumann, Alexander Knox, Felix Aylmer and Walter Hudd.

Who is the director of "The Two-Headed Spy":

The Two-Headed Spy was directed by André De Toth, a director, writer, producer, and actor.

Before The Two-Headed Spy, André De Toth had directed Monkey on My Back, released in 1957, The Indian Fighter (1955), The Bounty Hunter (1954), Tanganyika (1954), Crime Wave (1954), and Thunder Over the Plains (1953). Since, he directed Day of the Outlaw, released in 1959, Man on a String (1960), Play Dirty (1968).

When was "The Two-Headed Spy" released:

The Two-Headed Spy was initially released on Monday, March 02, 1959, in the United States.. This was sixty (60) years ago.

It has been released on Monday, November 17, 1958 in the United Kingdom.

Who is at the casting of "The Two-Headed Spy":

At the casting of The Two-Headed Spy we find Jack Hawkins, previously seen in Gideon's Day (1958) and The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957); Gia Scala (Ride a Crooked Trail (1958), Don't Go Near the Water (1957)); Erik Schumann () [ more... ]

  • Laurence Naismith, Geoffrey Bayldon, Kenneth Griffith, Harriette Johns and Bernard Fox also appeared in A Night to Remember, released in 1958.
  • Donald Pleasence and Jack Hawkins, Michael Caine can be seen in Kidnapped, released in 1971.
  • Alexander Knox, Martin Benson and Martin Boddey also appeared together in Oscar Wilde, released in 1960.
  • Geoffrey Bayldon, Kenneth Griffith and Donald Pleasence also appeared together in Suspect, released in 1960.
  • Ronald Hines and Walter Hudd, Laurence Naismith also worked together in Sink the Bismarck!, released in 1960.

What is the Storyline of "The Two-Headed Spy":

The story commences in 1939, Alex Schottland (Jack Hawkins), a general in the German Army, is actually a British agent who was planted in Germany toward the end of the First World War. He is growing weary of being a spy, but is urged to continue by his friend and fellow British agent, Cornaz (Felix Aylmer), who is posing as a watchmaker.

Schottland passes on information that Germany is about to attack Russia. Capt. Reinisch (Erik Schumann), Schottland's suspicious aide, discovers that Schottland has [...]

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