Directed by Victor Saville, "Dark Journey" (also known as "Dunkle Geschäfte", "Tre spie, Le", "Anxious Years, The") is an Adventure/Romance/Thriller/War film, released on July 02 of 1937 in the USA . Conrad Veidt is starring, alongside Vivien Leigh, Joan Gardner, Anthony Bushell, Ursula Jeans and Margery Pickard.
Who directed "Dark Journey":
Dark Journey was directed by Victor Saville, an English director, producer, and writer.
Before making Dark Journey, Victor Saville had directed First a Girl, released in 1935, Me and Marlborough (1935), The Iron Duke (1934), Evergreen (1934), The Good Companions (1933), and Michael and Mary (1931). Since, he directed South Riding, released in 1938, Forever and a Day (1943), Tonight and Every Night (1945), The Green Years (1946), Green Dolphin Street (1947), and If Winter Comes (1947).
What was the release date of "Dark Journey":
Dark Journey was first released on Friday, July 02, 1937, in the United States. Also released on this day was The Emperor's Candlesticks. This was eighty-two (82) years ago.
It has been released on Saturday, January 30, 1937 in the United Kingdom.
What is the casting of "Dark Journey":
At the casting of Dark Journey we find Conrad Veidt, previously seen in The Passing of the Third Floor Back (1935) and Wilhelm Tell (1934); Vivien Leigh (Look Up and Laugh (1935)); Joan Gardner (The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934)) [ more... ]
- Anthony Bushell, Eliot Makeham, Edmund Willard, Phil Ray and Robert Newton also appeared together in Farewell Again, released in 1937.
- Robert Newton and Vivien Leigh, Charles Carson, Henry Oscar, Laurence Hanray can be seen in Fire Over England, released in 1937.
- Austin Trevor, Sam Livesey, Edmund Willard and Laurence Hanray have all also be seen in Rembrandt, released in 1936.
- William Dewhurst and Vivien Leigh, Laurence Hanray, Robert Newton also worked together in 21 Days, released in 1940.
- Laurence Hanray and Joan Gardner, Anthony Bushell, Edmund Willard also worked together in The Scarlet Pimpernel, released in 1934.
- Ursula Jeans, Charles Carson and Laidman Browne can be seen in The Dam Busters, released in 1955.
- Percy Walsh and Henry Oscar, Cecil Parker also appeared in Me and Marlborough, released in 1935.
- Charles Carson and Anthony Bushell, Austin Trevor also appeared together in The Lion Has Wings, released in 1939.
- Ursula Jeans, Austin Trevor and Edmund Willard have all also be seen in The Crooked Lady, released in 1932.
- Edmund Willard and Eliot Makeham, Sam Livesey can also be seen in The Mill on the Floss, released in 1937.
What is the Storyline of "Dark Journey":
In the spring of 1918, a German U-boat stops a Dutch freighter on its way to Stockholm, Sweden during the final year of World War I. The Germans board the ship, identify one man as a Belgian spy, and take him prisoner. One of the passengers questioned is an attractive Swiss dress shop owner named Madeleine Goddard (Vivien Leigh) who is returning to Stockholm from a business trip to Paris, where she purchased dresses for her boutique. After returning to Stockholm, Madeleine, who is a German spy, meets with [...]
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