I See a Dark Stranger1946

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I See a Dark Stranger
Directed by:
Frank Launder

Starring Deborah Kerr, Trevor Howard, Raymond Huntley, Michael Howard, Norman Shelley and Liam Redmond, "I See a Dark Stranger" (also known as "Agente nemico") is a Drama/Thriller film directed by Frank Launder, and written by Liam Redmond (additional dialogue), released in the USA on April 03 of 1947.

Who is the director of "I See a Dark Stranger":

I See a Dark Stranger was directed by Frank Launder, an English writer, producer, and director.

Before directing I See a Dark Stranger, Frank Launder had directed Two Thousand Women, released in 1944. Since, he directed Captain Boycott, released in 1947, The Blue Lagoon (1949), The Happiest Days of Your Life (1950), Lady Godiva Rides Again (1951), Folly to Be Wise (1953), and The Belles of St. Trinian's (1954).

What was the release date of "I See a Dark Stranger":

I See a Dark Stranger was first released in the United States on Thursday, April 03, 1947.. This was seventy-two (72) years ago.

It has been released on Thursday, July 04, 1946 in the United Kingdom.

What is the cast of "I See a Dark Stranger":

At the casting of I See a Dark Stranger we find Deborah Kerr, previously seen in Perfect Strangers (1945) and The Day Will Dawn (1942); Trevor Howard (Brief Encounter (1945), The Way to the Stars (1945)); Raymond Huntley (The Way Ahead (1944), The Day Will Dawn (1942)) [ more... ]

  • George Woodbridge and Deborah Kerr, Raymond Huntley, Brefni O'Rorke also appeared together in The Day Will Dawn, released in 1942.
  • David Ward and Brefni O'Rorke, Garry Marsh, Olga Lindo also worked together in The Rake's Progress, released in 1945.
  • Liam Redmond, Harry Hutchinson, Harry Webster and Eddie Golden also appeared in Captain Boycott, released in 1947.
  • Deborah Kerr, Brefni O'Rorke, James Harcourt and Marie Ault can all be seen in Love on the Dole, released in 1941.
  • George Woodbridge, David Ward and Marie Ault also appeared in Blanche Fury, released in 1948.

What is the Storyline of "I See a Dark Stranger":

During World War II, when nationalistic Irishwoman Bridie Quilty (Deborah Kerr) turns 21, she sets out to fulfill her lifelong dream. She leaves her small rural village and goes to Dublin. On the way, she shares a train compartment with J. Miller (Raymond Huntley), but believing him to be English, she is very brusque with him. Once in the city, she seeks out a famous ex-radical her father had supposedly fought alongside, Michael O'Callaghan (Brefni O'Rorke), and asks him to help her join the Irish [...]

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