The New Pictures, Jul. 24, 1944

Candlelight in Algeria (British Lion 20th Century-Fox) illuminates a dark corner of the invasion of North Africa. Its heroine (Carla Lehmann), a Kansas-born sculptress, hides a fugitive Englishman (James Mason) from the local Nazi chief (Walter Rilla). Later she snitches a small camera from the lair of a collaborationist nightclub singer (Enid Stamp-Taylor). A lot of people are interested in this camera, because it contains film which shows the location of the seaside house in which General Mark Clark and his colleagues are soon to rehearse signals for the invasion. Dapper Nazi Rilla...

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