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Passport To Suez 1943

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3.9 out of 5 stars (10) IMDb 6.3/10

In his ninth and last appearance as retired jewel thief Michael Lanyard���aka The Lone Wolf���the peerless Warren William again finds himself overseas helping to battle the Third Reich. This time, he and loyal valet Jamison (the priceless Eric Blore) arrive in Egypt, where Lanyard is promptly blackmailed into stealing vital documents that the Nazis need. How he gets out of this mess makes for a t..

Starring:
Warren William, Ann Savage
Runtime:
1 hour, 12 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Comedy
Director André De Toth
Starring Warren William, Ann Savage
Supporting actors Eric Blore, Robert Stanford, Sheldon Leonard, Lloyd Bridges, Gavin Muir, Eddie Kane, Jack Lee, Stanley Price, Sig Arno, Frank Arnold, Frances Chan, Darby Jones, Frank Lackteen, Grace Lem, Mal Merrihugh, Louis Merrill, Jay Novello, Frank O'Connor
Studio Columbia Pictures
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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By John H. McCarthy TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 7, 2013
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"Passport To Suez" was Warren William's seventh and last go-round as Michael Laynard aka "The Lone Wolf" (although he is almost constantly with, and assisted by, his Butler/sidekick/ex-partner-in-crime Jamieson) in Columbia Pictures' series of B-movie "programmers." This is also the third release by SONY/Columbia Classics on made-to-order DVD-R's of the series' films, following "The Lone Wolf Meets A Lady" and "Counter-Espionage". My reviews for both are on their respective pages. Columbia made four more Lone Wolf films after this, and there was also a later radio and TV series as well. The Lone Wolf character was created by author Louis Joseph Vance for a series of detective novels. The plot of this film concerns a group of Nazi spies in Cairo attempting to steal information that would allow them to control the Suez Canal. Returning for his fourth appearance in the series is veteran TV and movie star Lloyd Bridges, then a Columbia contract player. Bridges played quite a few Nazi's in his early career! Besides the always entertaining Eric Blore returning as Jameison, other interesting co-stars are Ann Savage, mostly known for her role in the cult noir "Detour", well-known character actor Jay Novello, who can be seen in almost 200 film and television roles, and the great Sheldon Leonard playing a Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart's "Casablanca" character) type role as Laynard's old friend, the proprietor of a nightclub where a lot of the action takes place.Read more ›
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A fun Lone Wolf adventure from WWII. The Lone Wolf is posing as a traitor and attempting to find a Nazi broadcasting site. Warren William has fun in the role, and Eric Blore adds a lot as his valet/assistant.
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I have always loved the Warren William as the Lone Wolf because he plays the part so well. I also love the fact that the plot is so unpredictable. I never know "who done it" until the very end & most of the time I am good at predicting endings.
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I like old movies in which the actors speak their lines without loud background music and in a manner to be heard. Thank you.
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Engaging WW2 espionage tale benefits from Warren Williams' sure presence and an intricate plot of posturing and deception that keeps the viewer guessing. Eric Blore provides comedy relief with a running gag that seems appropriate to his sometimes overbearing butler persona.
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