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The film was conceived under great haste and was cast in a scattershot fashion.
The dialogue also was intended to influence Americans, with the Nazis criticizing democracy and the Canadian (and therefore American) way of life at every turn.
By 1940, Britain and it's Empire, including Canada, were at war with Nazi Germany.
WW2 classic. Originally intended as propaganda, but a worthy movie in it's own right.Published 1 day ago by Robert I. Baker
This film is mostly propaganda, entertainingly done. The German U-37, a wood mockup that looks decent enough, sinks a freighter in the St. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Andrews
In spite the fact that this is a film about Nazis lost in Canada, it is an unforgettable film that is worth watching several times over. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elvin Ortiz
An absolutely flawless film made to promote the Canadian war effort and encourage the US to join in. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Linda J. Sandahl
Sometimes I'm not really sure what movie fans expect these days. However, if I had a choice of watching a quality film over a movie that is really a video game without controls... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Thomas M. Kensil