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Secret Command

Released May 25, 1944 1h 21m Drama List
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Sam Gallagher (Pat O'Brien) returns home to Los Angeles as an undercover spy for the Navy, getting a job at the shipyards where his brother, Jeff (Chester Morris), is a foreman. Jeff still resents Sam for abandoning the family years ago and fears he may steal away Lea Damaron (Ruth Warrick), his current girlfriend -- who is Sam's old flame. While Sam tries to sniff out Nazi saboteurs in the plant, he grows closer to Jill McGann (Carole Landis), the agent tasked with pretending to be his wife. Read More Read Less

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Jose Maria Santos Cine-Mundial The story has realism and has originality. [Full review in Spanish] Sep 17, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Sam Gallagher (Pat O'Brien) returns home to Los Angeles as an undercover spy for the Navy, getting a job at the shipyards where his brother, Jeff (Chester Morris), is a foreman. Jeff still resents Sam for abandoning the family years ago and fears he may steal away Lea Damaron (Ruth Warrick), his current girlfriend -- who is Sam's old flame. While Sam tries to sniff out Nazi saboteurs in the plant, he grows closer to Jill McGann (Carole Landis), the agent tasked with pretending to be his wife.
Director
A. Edward Sutherland
Producer
Phil L. Ryan
Screenwriter
Roy Chanslor
Distributor
Columbia Pictures
Production Co
Columbia Pictures Corporation, Terneen Productions
Genre
Drama
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
May 25, 1944, Original
Runtime
1h 21m