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Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent (2024)
Foreign Correspondent
7 from 10 with total 197 votes
120 minutes
The European war was only beginning to erupt across national borders. Johnny Jones, an American crime reporter dispatched by his New York publisher to put a fresh spin on the drowsy dispatches emanating from overseas, has a nose for a good story—which promptly leads him to the crime of fascism and Nazi Germany\'s designs on European conquest. In attempting to learn more about a seemingly noble peace effort, Jones walks into the middle of an assassination, uncovers a spy ring and—not entirely coincidentally—falls in love.

Joel McCrea character John Jones

Laraine Day character Carol Fisher

Herbert Marshall character Stephen Fisher

George Sanders character Scott Ffolliott

Albert Bassermann character Van Meer

Robert Benchley character Stebbins

Edmund Gwenn character Rowley

Eduardo Ciannelli character Mr. Krug

Harry Davenport character Mr. Powers

Martin Kosleck character Tramp

Frances Carson character Mrs. Sprague

Ian Wolfe character Stiles

Charles Wagenheim character Assassin

Eddie Conrad character Latvian

Charles Halton character Bradley

Barbara Pepper character Dorine

Emory Parnell character 'Mohican' Captain

Roy Gordon character Mr. Brood

Gertrude Hoffmann character Mrs. Benson

Marten Lamont character Captain

Barry Bernard character Steward

Holmes Herbert character Asst. Commissioner

Leonard Mudie character McKenna

John Burton character English Announcer

Samuel Adams character Van Meer's Impersonator (uncredited)

Meeka Aldrich character Donald's Wife (uncredited)

Jack Alfred character Bit Part (uncredited)

Bunny Beatty character Bit Part (uncredited)

Frank Benson character Bit Part (uncredited)

Billy Bester character Bit Part (uncredited)

Henry Blair character Bit Part (uncredited)

Becky Bohanon character Sophie (uncredited)

Louis Borell character Capt. Lawson (uncredited)

Barbara Boudwin character Bit Part (uncredited)

Betty Bradley character Cousin Mary (uncredited)

Louise Brien character Bit Part (uncredited)

Ronald Brown character Bit Part (uncredited)

Horace B. Carpenter character Bit Part (uncredited)

Willy Castello character Krug's Henchman at Windmill (uncredited)

George Cathrey character Bit Part (uncredited)

Wheaton Chambers character Committeeman (uncredited)

Ken Christy character Fake Dutch Detective (uncredited)

E.E. Clive character Mr. Naismith (uncredited)

Gino Corrado character Luncheon Waiter (uncredited)

Maurice Costello character Bit Part (uncredited)

John Dawson character Minor Role (uncredited)

Harry Depp character Uncle Buren (uncredited)

Elspeth Dudgeon character Bit Part (uncredited)

Carl Ekberg character Bit Part (uncredited)

Helena Phillips Evans character Mrs. Stiles (uncredited)

Herbert Evans character Parking Valet (uncredited)

James Finlayson character Dutch Peasant (uncredited)

Robert Fischer character Bit Part (uncredited)

George B. French character Bit Part (uncredited)

Bill Gavier character Bit Part (uncredited)

Jack George character Hotel Waiter (uncredited)

Douglas Gordon character Bit Part (uncredited)

Alexander Granach character Hotel Valet (uncredited)

Richard Hammond character Bit Part (uncredited)

Sam Harris character Luncheon Guest (uncredited)

Alfred Hitchcock character Man with Newspaper on Street (uncredited)

Otto Hoffman character New York Globe Teletype Operator (uncredited)

Billy Horn character Bit Part (uncredited)

Paul Irving character Dr. Williamson (uncredited)

Colin Kenny character Doctor (uncredited)

Crauford Kent character Toastmaster (uncredited)

Joan Leslie character Jones' Sister (uncredited)

Gwendolyn Logan character Bit Part (uncredited)

Eily Malyon character College Arms Hotel Cashier (uncredited)

Eric Mayne character Luncheon Guest (uncredited)

Jackie McGee character Bit Part (uncredited)

John Meredith character Bit Part (uncredited)

Hermina Milar character Bit Part (uncredited)

Thomas Mizer character Bit Part (uncredited)

Edmund Mortimer character Luncheon Guest (uncredited)

John T. Murray character Clark - Jones Family Member (uncredited)

Henry Norton character Luncheon Guest (uncredited)

Jane Novak character Miss Benson (uncredited)

Joe O'Brien character Bit Part (uncredited)

George Offerman, Jr. character New York Globe Copy Boy (uncredited)

Lawrence Osman character Bit Part (uncredited)

Hilda Plowright character Miss Pimm (uncredited)

Thomas Pogue character Airplane Passenger (uncredited)

Jack Rice character Donald (uncredited)

Ronald R. Rondell character Waiter (uncredited)

Loulette Sablon character Bit Part (uncredited)

Harry Semels character Sidewalk Crowd Extra (uncredited)

Raymond Severn character Bit Part (uncredited)

Frederick Sewell character Bit Part (uncredited)

Ernie Stanton character Bit Part (uncredited)

William Stelling character Bit Part (uncredited)

Donald Stuart character Eric - Skittish Girl's Escort in Tower of Westminister Cathedral (uncredited)

Paul Sutton character Bit Part (uncredited)

Ferris Taylor character Jones' Father (uncredited)

Dorothy Vaughan character Jones' Mother (uncredited)

Jack Voglin character Bit Part (uncredited)

Hans von Morhart character Dutch Policeman (uncredited)

Larry Wheat character Luncheon Guest (uncredited)

Bert White character Bit Part (uncredited)

William Yetter Sr. character Dutch Motor Policeman (uncredited)

Mary Young character Auntie Maude (uncredited)