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Above Suspicion (1943)





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Newly married to Joan Crawford, Oxford don Fred MacMurray goes on a honeymoon in pre-war Germany. Actually it's more business than pleasure: they are secret agents for the British, attempting to smuggle back information about a new superweapon being developed by the Nazis.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Joan Crawford
as Frances Myles
Fred MacMurray
as Richard Myles
Conrad Veidt
as Hassert Seidel
Basil Rathbone
as Count Sigurd 'Sig' von Aschenhausen
Reginald Owen
as Dr. Mespelbrunn
Richard Ainley
as Peter Galt
Cecil Cunningham
as Countess
Ann Shoemaker
as Aunt Ellen
Sara Haden
as Aunt Hattie
Felix Bressart
as Mr. A. Werner
Bruce Lester
as Thornley
Johanna Hofer
as Frau Kleist
Lotte Palfi
as Ottilie
Alex Papana
as Man in Paris
Rex Williams
as Gestapo Leader
Bruce Lister
as Thornley
Lisa Golm
as Frau Schultz
Ludwig Stossel
as Herr Schultz
Ivan Simpson
as Porter
Henry Glynn
as Chauffeur
Eily Malyon
as Manageress
Edith Angold
as German Woman
Walter Bonn
as German Guard
Matthew Boulton
as Constable
Frank Lackteen
as Arab Vendor
André Charlot
as Cafe Manager
George Davis
as Proprietor
Jack Chefe
as Coatroom Attendant
Gretl Dupont
as Barmaid
Felix Basch
as Guide
Edit Angold
as German Woman
Lisl Valetti
as Nazi Girl
Paul Weigel
as Elderly Man
Peter Lawford
as Bit Part
Frank Reicher
as Col. Gerold
Peter Seal
as Col. Gerold's Aide
Jean Prescott
as English Girl
Nicholas Vehr
as Col. Gerold's Aide
Henry Victor
as German Officer
Otto Reichow
as Gestapo
Egon Brecher
as Gestapo Official
Ferdinand Schumann-Heink
as Gestapo in Opera Box
Walter O. Stahl
as Policeman
Heather Thatcher
as English Girl
Sven Hugo Borg
as German Guard
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Critic Reviews for Above Suspicion

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It's pure escapism, and as such is very entertaining.

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Audience Reviews for Above Suspicion

A strong cast (top 16 certainly hit their marks) with good pacing (competent direction & editing) makes this as much an entertaining thriller as a chick flick. I suspect the lighthearted adventurous tone (loosely wrapped as a honeymoon) was done on purpose. Many families had more than one loved one in the service as this film was released. Making the war effort seem a "fun adventure" helped the women to send their men off more cheerfully. The heavy-hearted reality for each community would soon hit home as some servicemen earned purple hearts.

Christopher Bergan
Christopher Bergan

I have seen this film more than once. I believe I saw it when it first came out. The scene when Joan Crawford stops to adjust her shoe stayed with me. This is entirely entertaining. Worth watching.

Frank Rizo
Frank Rizo

Surprisingly enjoyable movie from the 1940s, surprising only in that I'd never heard of it before. Joan Crawford here is more likeable than she normally is. Suspenseful.

Frances Ann Ade
Frances Ann Ade

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