Night Train To Munich (1940) - (Movie Clip) We Shall Be Invaded
After a prologue on various Nazi invasions of 1939, with Hitler in newsreels, then indirectly portrayed, we meet James Harcourt as Czech scientist Bomasch, with chiefs of his military industry employer, who winds up calling his daughter, top-billed Margaret Lockwood, in Alexander Korda and Carol Reeds Night Train To Munich, 1940.
Night Train To Munich (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Nature Endowed Me With A Gift
Rex Harrison, whom we now know to be a British intelligence man posing as a seaside singer, intercepts a letter sent by Anna (Margaret Lockwood), testy daughter of the Czech fugitive scientist hes minding, which we also know was addressed to a Nazi agent whos got people watching her Carol Reeds Night Train To Munich, 1940.
Night Train To Munich (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Insolence Does Not Pay
Daughter of an exiled Czech scientist, now conscripted by the Nazi occupiers as a prison nurse, Margaret Lockwood (as Anna) observes as a snarling doctor (John Wengraf) examines Paul (von) Henreid, as inmate Marsen, who seems a lot like Victor Laszlo, his first scene, in director Carol Reeds Night Train To Munich 1940.
Night Train To Munich (1940) -- (Movie Clip) So Did Napoleon
By way of introducing the Times of London, with a reference to the German foreign minister, Czech refugee Anna (Margaret Lockwood) has been advised by her rescuer Karl (Paul Henreid), not realizing HEs an undercover Nazi spy, to place an ad, in hopes shell lead him to her fugitive scientist father, but she trusts Roland Culver, the British intelligence man on the phone, another wrinkle, in Night Train To Munich, 1940.
Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) There Is No Franz Kindler!
Director and star Orson Welles opens introducing Edward G. Robinson as Nazi hunter Wilson, in Vienna, demanding the release of low-value prisoner Meinke (Konstantin Shayne), in hopes hell lead him to a major fugitive, quickly to South America where Lillian Molieri assists, John Brown the photographer, in The Stranger, 1946, also starring Loretta Young.
Night Train To Munich (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Only Love Can Lead The Way
In his first scene, Rex Harrison poses as singer Gus, practicing tradecraft as he initially rebuffs Czech refugee Anna (Margaret Lockwood), who got mysterious instructions to come to coastal Brightbourne (modeled on Brighton), in search of her exiled scientist father, not aware the Nazis are watching her (!), in Carol Reeds Night Train To Munich, 1940.
Night Train To Munich (1940) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Suffering From An Eye Strain
Substantial plot twist, to infuriate any viewer who was liking Paul Henreid as Karl Marsen, Czech concentration camp escapee who, now in London, reveals himself to be a Nazi mole, visiting an opthalmologist (Felix Aylmer) who, after a clever bit with an eye chart, does exposition, in Night Train To Munich, 1940, from director Carol Reed and producer Alexander Korda.
Night Train To Munich (1940) -- (Movie Clip) He Played For The Gentlemen
Two new characters, about an hour into the picture, Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne as Brits Charters and Caldicott are catching the Berlin to Munich train when theyre surprised to see Rex Harrison, as undercover agent Randall, posing as a Nazi, sneaking Margaret Lockwood and her father out of Germany, watched by suspicious Paul Henreid, with a not-too obscure cricket reference, in Carol Reeds Night Train To Munich, 1940.