Two Tickets to London (1943)

Genres - Drama, War  |   Sub-Genres - War Drama  |   Release Date - Jun 14, 1943 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 77 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Hal Erickson

Too expensive for a "B"-picture, yet not quite an A, Two Tickets to London is an acceptable vehicle for French leading lady Michele Morgan and Universal contract player Alan Curtis. The stars are cast as Jeanne, a café entertainer, and Dan Driscoll, an American naval officer unjustly imprisoned for treason. With Jeanne's help, Dan tries to make his escape -- and, hopefully, clear his name -- in fog-shrouded London. Many of the sets utilized in this film were recycled for Universal's horror epics and Sherlock Holmes films. Two Tickets to London bears a few traces of Warner Bros.' Casablanca, even unto featuring Dooley Wilson ("Play it, Sam") in a key scene.

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war, agent [representative], capture, chase, convoy, desertion, enemy, espionage, false-accusation, Germany, honor [recognition], innocence, love, Navy, pursuit, redemption, sailor, showgirl, submarine, treason, trial [courtroom], truth