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The former U.S. Ambassador Joseph E. Davies' mission to Moscow

Author: Jack L WarnerJoseph Edward DaviesHoward KochRobert BucknerMichael CurtizAll authors
Publisher: United States : Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. presents, ©1943.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Genre/Form: Propaganda
Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jack L Warner; Joseph Edward Davies; Howard Koch; Robert Buckner; Michael Curtiz; Bert Glennon; Owen Marks; Carl Jules Weyl; Oliver S Garretson; E Roy Davidson; H F Koenekamp; Don Siegel; James Leicester; George James Hopkins; Le Roy Prinz; Orry-Kelly; Gordon Bau; Leo F Forbstein; Bernard Kaun; Max Steiner; Walter Huston; Ann Harding; Oscar Homolka; George Tobias; Gene Lockhart; Eleanor Parker; Richard Travis; Helmut Dantine; Victor Francen; Henry Daniell; Barbara Everest; Dudley Field Malone; Roman Bohnen; Maria Palmer; Moroni Olsen; Minor Watson; Vladimir Sokoloff; Maurice Schwartz; Jerome Cowan; Kathleen Lockhart; Kurt Katch; Frank Puglia; John Abbott; Charles Trowbridge; Leigh R Whipper; Olaf Hytten; Duncan Renaldo; Emory Parnell; Pat O'Malley; Glenn Strange; Ray Walker; Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967); First National.
OCLC Number: 423210145
Notes: Propaganda; feature.
"From the book by Joseph E. Davies."
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from: Film daily yearbook, 1944; Variety review, May 5, 1943.
"RCA Sound System."
Playing time on release was 123 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1944.
"Approved, MPPDA, certificate no. 8958."
Copyright: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22May43; LP12064.
Credits: Director of photography, Bert Glennon; film editor, Owen Marks; art director, Carl Jules Weyl; sound by Oliver S. Garretson; special effects, Roy Davidson and H.F. Koenekamp; montages, Don Siegel and James Leicester; set decorations by George James Hopkins. Technical advisor, Jay Leyda; ballet staged by Leroy Prinz; gowns by Orry Kelly; makeup artist, Gordon Bau; musical director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements by Bernard Kaun. Music by Max Steiner.
Cast: With Walter Huston [Joseph E. Davies], Ann Harding [Mrs. Davies], Oscar Homolka [Litvinov], George Tobias [Freddie]. Gene Lockhart [Molotov], Eleanor Parker [Emlen Davies], Richard Travis [Paul], Helmut Dantine [Major Kamenev], Victor Francen [Byshinsky]. And Henry Daniell [Minister von Ribbentrop], Barbara Everest [Mrs. Litvinov], Dudley Field Malone [Churchill], Roman Bohnen [Krestinsky], Maria Palmer [Tanya Litvinov], Moroni Olsen [Colonel Faymonville], Minor Watson [Loy Henderson], Vladimir Sokoloff [Kalinin], Maurice Schwartz [Dr. Botkin]. [Frieda Inescort (Madame Molotov); Jerome Cowan (Spendler); Konstantin Shane (Bukharin); Mannart Kippen (Stalin); Kathleen Lockhart (Lady Chilston); Kurt Katch (Timoshenko); Felix Basch (Dr. Hjalmar Schact); Frank Puglia (Judge Ulrich); John Abbott (Grinko); Charles Trowbridge (Secretary Cordell Hull); Leigh Whipper (Haile Selassie); George Renevant (Paul van Zeeland); Clive Morgan (Anthony Eden); Alex Chirva (Pierre Laval); Doris Lloyd (Mrs. Churchill); Olaf Hytten, Art Gilmore, Don Clayton, George Sorel, Duncan Renaldo, Mino Bellini, Fred Schuman-Heinck, Rolf Lindau, Peter Michael, George Davis, Jean Del Val, Emory Parnell, Pat O'Malley, Mark Strong, Albert D'Arno, Rudolph Steinbeck, Gino Corrado, Glen Strange, Oliver Cross, Ray Walker, Captain Jack Young, Ernst Hauserman, Frank Faylen, Joseph Crehan, Ross Ford, Warren Douglas, Barbara Brown, Isabel Withers, George Lossey, Wallis Clark, Hans Schumm, Dr. Ernest Golm, Lisa Golm, Henry Victor, Louis Arco, Alfred Ziesler, Richard Ryen, Erwin Kaiser, Pierre Watkin, Edward van Sloan, Esther Zeitlin, Nina Blagoi, Tanya Somova, Nikolai Celikhovsky, Michael Visaroff, Nick Kobliansky, Gabriel Lenoff, Alex Akimoff, Sam Savitsky, George Glebeff, Mike Tulligan, Adia Kutnetzoff, Dimitris Alexis, Henry Guttman, Robert Baikoff, Mischa Westfall; Elizabeth Archer (Scherbachova); Rosa Margot, Valya Terry, Sandor Szabo, Virginia Christine, Ivan Tr(i)esault, Daniel Ocko, David Hoffman, Lumsden Hare, Peter Goo Chong, Robert C. Fischer, Charles La Torre; Alex Caze (Rene Plaissetty); Frank Reicher, Leonid Snegoff, Edgar Licho, Marie Melesch, Michael Mark, Martin Noble, Lee Tung Foo, Victor Wong, Luke Chan, Allen Jung, John Dilson, Jean de Briac, George Sorel, Ted E. Jacques, Billie Louie, Loulette Sablon, Marian Lessing, Joan Winfield, Tina Menard, Peggy Watts, Irene Pedrini, Louis Jean Heydt, John Hamilton, Frank Ferguson, Bill Kennedy, William Forrest, Alex Melesch, Marek Windheim, Ivan Lebedeff, Gregory Golubeff, jack Gardner, Sam Goldenberg, Egon Brecher, Zina Torchina, Vera Richkova, Jean Wong, Irina Semochenko, Christine Gordon, Alexander Granach, Joseph Kamaryt, Baroness Yvonne Hendricks, Tamara Shayne, Olga Uljanovskaja, Patricia Fung, Igorde Navrotsky, Doris Lloyd, James Flavin, Herbert Hayes, George Carlton, Francis Pierlot, Forbes Murray, William Gould, Harry Cording, Zola Karabanova, Betty Roadman, Hooper Atchley, Eugene Eberly, Arthur Loft, Alec Campbell, Mike Mazurki, Nicco Romoff, Noel Cravat, Tom Tully, Lionel Royce, Emile Rameau, Eugene Borden, Feodor Chaliapin, John Maxwell, Jacqueline Daiva, Herbert Ashley, Oliver Prickett, Monte Blue, Frank Penny, Ernie Adams, Eddie Kane, Eddie Cobb, Howard Mitchell, Frank Wayne, Jack Kenny, Ben Erway, Mauritz Hugo, Gene Gary, Frank Jacquet, Fred Essler, John Wenglaf, Robert Shayne, Michel Panaleff, Lily Norwood, Sid Charisse].
Other Titles: Mission to Moscow.
Responsibility: a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; Jack L. Warner, executive producer ; screen play by Howard Koch ; produced by Robert Buckner ; directed by Michael Curtiz.

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