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O.S.S. (1946)





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Set during WWII, this taut and suspenseful espionage outing chronicles the courage of a brand new cadre of specially trained American O.S.S. agents. The agents parachute into France to destroy the vital Corbett Mallon tunnel to stop the German invaders from shipping supplies to their troops.


Alan Ladd
as John Martin
Patric Knowles
as Commander Brady
John Hoyt
as Col. Meister
Gloria Saunders
as Mary Kenny `Sparks'
Harold Vermilyea
as Amadeus Braun
Gavin Muir
as Col. Crawson
Egon Brecher
as Marcel Aubert
Joseph Crehan
as Gen. Donovan
Julia Dean
as Mme. Prideaux
Leslie Denison
as Lt. Col. Miles
Roberta Jonay
as Gracie Archer
Jean Ruth
as Brady's Secretary
Harlan Warde
as Trainee
Fred Zendar
as Trainee
Paul Lees
as Trainee
Albert Ruiz
as Trainee
Catherine Craig
as Williams' Secretary
Frank Ferguson
as Research Man
Edward Harvey
as Mr. Williams
Pat McVey
as Plainclothesman
Tom Schamp
as Plainclothesman
Walter Pietila
as Mansion Attendant
Bob Wegner
as Gateman
Tom Stevenson
as Instructor
Janna de Loos
as Woman Refugee
André Charlot
as French Importer
Will Thunis
as Young Man
George Sorel
as Husky Refugee
Jean Del Val
as Conductor
Frank Dae
as Scientist
George Barton
as Handyman
Jean Ransome
as Elevator Operator
Dorothy Barrett
as Brady's Secretary in London
Ed Kerr
as Courier
Anthony Marsh
as British Pilot
Paul Barrett
as British Pilot
James Craven
as Jumpmaster
John Bogden
as Assistant Jumpmaster
Carl Ekberg
as German Soldier
Leo Schlesinger
as German Soldier
Eric Steiner
as German Soldier
Eddie Bauer
as German Soldier
Walter Rode
as German Soldier
Zane Megowan
as German Soldier
Jack Sterling
as German Soldier
Bob Templeton
as German Soldier
Paul Stupin
as German Soldier
Len Hendry
as German Soldier
Holger Bendixen
as German Sergeant
Frederick J. Waugh
as British Noncom
Robert Cordell
as Major at Airport Shack/Trainee
Jack Lambert
as German Lieutenant
Monica Folts
as Little Girl with Kitten
George Bruggeman
as M.P. Noncom
Rene Dussaq
as French Artillery Officer
John Maxwell
as LaFevre
Albert Petit
as Resistance Man
Paul Diamond
as Resistance Man
Carmen Beretta
as Resistance Woman
Tony Merlo
as Reynal
Helen Chapman
as Resistance Girl
Kathleen Terry
as Operator Next to Kenny
Philip Ahlm
as German Officer
Edmund Porada
as German Sergeant Operator
John Dehner
as German Radar Captain
Jon Gilbreath
as German Radar Lieutenant
Henry Vroom
as German Corporal
Peter Michael
as German Noncom
Joseph Granby
as Engineer
Edward Clark
as French Waiter
Mme. Louise Colombet
as Old Frenchwoman
Maj. Fred Darrell
as Old Frenchman
Dorothy Adams
as Claudette
Fred Nurney
as Major Courier
George Taylor
as Gestapo Plainclothesman
Hans Moebus
as Gestapo Man
Richard Elmore
as German Army Private
Gene Garrick
as Operator
Henry Guttman
as German Major
James Andrews
as Radio Operator
Carl Saxe
as S.S. Man
Roger Creed
as S.S. Man
Carl Andre
as Col. Hesiter's Aide
Jerome Alden
as British Noncom
Billy Burt
as Lieutenant J.G.
Billy Lechner
as U.S. Soldier
Carl Russell
as U.S. Soldier
Fred Datig Jr.
as U.S. Soldier
Frank Chalfant
as U.S. Soldier
George A. Billings
as U.S. Soldier
Charles Ferguson
as U.S. Soldier
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Audiences will walk away super entertained. [Full Review in Spanish]

September 9, 2019 | Full Review…

Brisk and sturdy spy drama, set during WW II.

September 16, 2008 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

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