SECRET AGENTS, SABOTAGE, & SUSPENSE
TWISTED PLOTS AND DANGEROUS SECRETS IN 10 SPY CLASSICS
Espionage, Danger and Deception!
Enjoy 10 classic films filled with double agents and dangerous assignments! Featuring all-star casts including James Cagney, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Basil Rathbone, and Peter O'Toole, watch out for deadly spies and dark secrets.
Mr. Moto’s Last Warning
Mr. Moto investigates a plot involving the French and British governments that could start a war over the Suez Canal. In a race against time and assassins on his tail, he must expose the agents before it's too late.
Starring Peter Lorre, John Carradine, George Sanders
(1939) B&W 71 Minutes Not Rated
During the beginning of World War II, a German woman comes to stay in the home of a high-ranking British official. The family does not know their visitor is really a German spy who is meeting up with another agent already in the house trying to steal documents.
Starring Boris Karloff, Margaret Lindsay, Willy Kaufman
(1940) B&W 61 Minutes Not Rated (Violence)
The Black Dragons
A famous plastic surgeon is hired by Japan's Black Dragon Society to transform six operatives into exact duplicates of six power American executives to sabotage the U.S. war effort. Will agents from the F.B.I. be able to unravel the plot?
Starring Bela Lugosi, Clayton Moore, Joan Barclay
(1942) B&W 62 Minutes Not Rated
In a devious plot, the FBI unexpectedly fires a loyal radio engineer who is recruited by the Nazis. But is he actually bait to trap their spy ring of saboteurs?
Starring Richard Arlen, Wendy Barrie, Nils Asther
(1943) B&W 67 Minutes Not Rated (Violence)
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) and Dr. Watson (Nigel Bruce) are searching for a kidnapped scientist whose invention may decide the fate of World War II. Both the Allies and the Nazis are in a desperate race to possess it for their own benefit.
Starring Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Lionel Atwill
(1943) B&W 68 Minutes Not Rated
The Adventures of Tartu
A British soldier is recruited for an undercover assignment inside Nazi-controlled Czechoslovakia. His must infiltrate a chemical factory and work with the local underground resistance to sabotage the operation.
Starring Robert Donat, Valerie Hobson, Walter Rilla
(1943) B&W 104 Minutes Not Rated (Violence)
Blood on the Sun
This Oscar-winning film begins prior to the outbreak of World War II. Nick Condon (James Cagney), the American editor of a Tokyo newspaper, discovers plans for Japan's military conquest of the world. He vows to secure the document and get it into the hands of the American military at any cost.
Starring James Cagney, Sylvia Sidney, Porter Hall
(1945) B&W 94 Minutes Not Rated (Violence)
The Green Glove
Glenn Ford stars as an American GI who travels back to France after the end of World War II, to try and recover a jewel-encrusted glove, which had been pillaged from a country church during hostilities.
Starring Glenn Ford, Geraldine Brooks, George Macready
(1952) B&W 89 Minutes Not Rated
The Limping Man
An American WW II veteran returns to England to visit an old flame he met during the war. When he arrives at the airport, a fellow passanger, with ties to the woman, is gunned down. They fall under suspicion and must track down the real culprit.
Starring Lloyd Bridges, Moira Lister, Alan Wheatley
(1953) B&W 76 Minutes Not Rated
An English aristocrat attempts to assassinate Adolph Hitler but is captured by the Nazis and horribly tortured. After enduring the suffering, he escapes and returns to England, but he is trailed by Nazi agents bent upon preventing him from revealing Hitler’s true plans.
Starring Peter O’Toole, Alastair Sim, John Standing
(1976) Color 103 Minutes Not Rated