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I Was a Spy

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I Was a Spy

I Was a Spy
File:I Was a Spy 1933 Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Victor Saville
Produced by Michael Balcon
Screenplay by
Based on I Was a Spy 
by Marthe Cnockaert
Music by Louis Levy (music director)
Cinematography Charles Van Enger
Studio Gaumont British Picture Corporation
Distributed by
Release date(s)
Running time 89 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

I Was a Spy is a 1933 British thriller film directed by Victor Saville and starring Madeleine Carroll, Herbert Marshall, and Conrad Veidt. Based on the 1932 memoir I Was a Spy by Marthe Cnockaert, the film is about a Belgian woman who nurses injured German soldiers during World War I while passing intelligence to the British.[1]

I Was a Spy was also the first film dubbed in Poland (while there were earlier examples of films dubbed in Polish, they were recorded in Paramount studio in Joinville, France), released in 1935 as Siostra Marta jest szpiegiem, starring Lidia Wysocka as Martha Cnockhaert's voice. The screenplay was written by Edmund Gwenn



The film was voted the best British movie of 1932, and Madeleine Carroll's performance was voted the best in a British movie.[2]


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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