Paris After Dark (1943)

Genres - War  |   Sub-Genres - Resistance Film, War Drama  |   Release Date - Oct 15, 1943 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 85 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Hal Erickson

This French Underground melodrama stars George Sanders as a seemingly apolitical Parisian doctor who is actually a resistance leader. Sanders' nurse (Brenda Marshall) is likewise a French patriot--less so the nurse's husband (Philip Dorn), who has become disillusioned after two years in a POW camp. The husband changes his mind and joins the Resistance, though he and several other freedom fighters lose their lives to German bullets. Worth noting in Paris After Dark is the fact that several of the personnel involved were actual French refugees, including director Leonide Moguy and husband-and-wife supporting actors Marcel Dalio and Madeleine LeBeau.



war, brainwashing, camp, concentration-camp, doctor/nurse, France, Germany, husband, leader, Nazism, patriotism, resistance, resistance-fighters, suspicion, tension, upper-class, wife