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The Two-Headed Spy (1958)





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This WWII espionage drama is based on the true tale of a British spy, as told in the story by J. Alvin Kugelmass. Alex Schottland (Jack Hawkins) is a career agent for England, having served during WWI. He is assigned to Nazi Germany and rises to the rank of general as WWII breaks out. His contact is Cornaz (Felix Alymer), who pretends to be a clock seller. But Cornaz's identity is discovered, and he is brutally murdered. Schottland overcomes suspicions and makes contacts with a new British agent, Lili Geyr (Gia Scala), who is a nightclub singer. His love for her is first feigned as part of the spy game -- then becomes real. ~ Michael Betzold, Rovi


Jack Hawkins
as Gen. Alex Schottland
Gia Scala
as Lili Geyr
Erik Schumann
as Lt. Reinisch
Alexander Knox
as Gestapo Leader Mueller
Donald Pleasence
as Gen. Hardt
Walter Hudd
as Adm. Canaris
Edward Underdown
as Kaltenbrunner
Laurence Naismith
as Gen. Hauser
Kenneth Griffith
as Adolf Hitler
Robert Crewdson
as 1st Gestapo Agent
Harriette Johns
as Karen Corscher
Martin Benson
as Gen. Wagner
Richard M. Grey
as Marshal Wilhelm Keitel
Ronald Hines
as German Corporal
Martin Boddey
as Gen. Optiz
John Brooking
as Staff Officer
Ian Colin
as Col. Heitz
Kenneth Earl
as British Soldier
Victor Fairley
as Gen. Rupert
Dudley Foster
as Gestapo Man
Bernard Fox
as Lieutenant
Eddie Malin
as Orderly
Des Roberts
as Gen. Zeiss
Peter Swanwick
as Gen. Toppe
Peter Welch II
as Gestapo Major
Deering Wells
as Gen. Merkel
Nada Beall
as Eva Fischer
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