Miss V from Moscow (1942) – [Public Domain Movies]
This film is a curiosity, it. was singled out by B-film historian Don Miller as “one of the worst movies ever made by any standards, certainly the worst movie of its year” and as with other, better-known American films produced in the midst of World War II, the film has a pronounced pro-Soviet tone.
The Miss V of the title is Vera Marova, a Soviet spy sent to Paris to impersonate her lookalike, a German spy recently liquidated by the French Resistance.
This entry was published on January 22, 2015 at 9:19 am. It’s filed under Public Domain Movies
and tagged 2005 in film
, Alan Turing
, American Jews
, Bletchley Park
, French Resistance
, Nazi Germany
, World War II
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