49th Parallel (1941) - (Movie Clip) Banff National Park
First Hirth (Eric Portman) then Lohrmann (John Chandos) and the nervous Kranz (Peter Moore) are revealed as fugitive Nazis before an assembled crowd on location in Michael Powell's 49th Parallel, 1941.
49th Parallel - (Original Trailer)
Director Michael Powell and a host of British and Canadian all-stars tell the story of shipwrecked Nazis who invade Canada in 49th Parallel (1941).
49th Parallel (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, This Film Is Dedicated To Canada
Prologue and opening credits to the second collaboration between director Michael Powell and writer Emeric Pressburger, 49th Parallel, 1941, featuring Leslie Howard, Laurence Olivier and Raymond Massey.
49th Parallel (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Bummin' A Ride?
Nazi fugitive Hirth (Eric Portman) is discovered stowing away on a train by semi-deserter Canadian Andy Brock (genuine Canadian Raymond Massey) in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's 49th Parallel, 1941.
49th Parallel (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Trapper Johnny
French Canadian trapper Johnny (Laurence Olivier) and his trading post officer (Finlay Currie) are surprised by fugitives from the Nazi U-Boat (led by Eric Portman as "Hirth") in Michael Powell's multi-starred propaganda vehicle 49th Parallel, 1941.
49th Parallel (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Heil Hitler!
The Nazi submarine commander (Richard George) instructs the martinet Hirth (Eric Portman) and thug Kuhnecke (Raymond Lovell) before they lead their squad into Canada in Michael Powell's 49th Parallel, 1941.
49th Parallel -- (Movie Clip) We Still Employ Savage Tribal Methods
The guests (Eric Portman and John Chandos) of writer Philip Scott (Leslie Howard) at his camp in the Canadian Rockies reveal themselves as fugitive Nazis, in Michael Powell's 49th Parallel, 1941.