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When a man embezzles money from a Dutch company, it starts a chain reaction of murder, revenge and madness. A brilliant performance by the great Claude Rains is a highlight of this superb suspense thriller, shot in beautiful Technicolor on location in Paris and Amsterdam.

The film, a.k.a. THE PARIS EXPRESS, was co-written by blacklisted writer Paul Jarrico. His screen credit wasn’t restored until 2000.
Claude Rains  as  Kees Popinga
Marius Goring  as  Lucas
Herbert Lom  as  Julius de Koster Jr.

PRODUCERS:  Josef Shaftel, Raymond Stross
DIRECTOR:  Harold French
CINEMATOGRAPHER:  Otto Heller

WRITER:  Harold French

MUSIC:  Benjamin Frankel

Availability:  35mm; DVD
Date of Release:  1952

82 Minutes; Technicolor
1.37/Mono


 

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