Passage to Marseille 1944

Passage to Marseille

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During World War II, a French ship finds five men drifting in a small boat. Once aboard, the men tell the ship's captain, Patain Malo (Victor Francen), that they are convicts who escaped prison, led by Jean Matrac (Humphrey Bogart), to fight in the war. As the ship nears its destination in Marseille, France surrenders to Germany, but Malo decides to hide the prisoners. When traitorous Major Duval (Sydney Greenstreet) tries to overtake the ship, Matrac and the others work to defeat him.

Cast

Humphrey Bogart
as Jean Matrac
Michèle Morgan
as Paula Matrac
Claude Rains
as Capt. Freycinet
Philip Dorn
as Renault
Victor Francen
as Capt. Patain Malo
John Loder
as Manning
Eduardo Ciannelli
as Chief Engineer
Monte Blue
as 2nd Mate
Charles La Torre
as Lt. Lenoir
Stephen Richards
as Lt. Hastings
Hans Conried
as Jourdain
Mark Stevens
as Lt. Hastings
Louis Mercier
as Engineer
Billy Roy
as Mess Boy
Donald Stuart
as Military Driver
Walter Bonn
as Prison Official
Carmen Beretta
as Petit's Wife
Diane Du Bois
as Petit's Daughter
Alex Papana
as Lookout
Raymond St. Albin
as Medical Officer
Peter Camlin
as French Sergeant
Anatol Frikin
as Crazy Convict
Frank Puglia
as Older Guard
Harry Cording
as Chief Guard
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  • Feb 22, 2009
    curtiz reunites with 4 cast members from casablanca and the result is an excellent one. although the scope of this war film might have been a bit too small, the film had intrigue and solid performances as well as a great story. wonderful film.
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