This movie played heavily on the paranoia that surrounded the German immigrants during World War II. It is the quintessential propaganda piece from that war-stricken era, churned out from Hollywood near daily like grandmother's fresh butter. However, the film is actually quite good, and Robinson is his typical excellent acting self. Nonetheless, the events are inconsistent with the real facts, and most of the German bundists were tipped off and able to escape the country and subsequent prosecution before the FBI could capture them. Unfortunately, nothing has changed in this new century. It's a different time and a different 'radical' group, but the seething animosity and ignorance of fact still pervades our less than attentive society.