Cinema, Also Showing Oct. 27, 1941

International Lady (United Artists) chronicles the adventures of three very nice people: a .U.S. G-Man (George Brent), a Scotland Yarder (Basil Rathbone), and a beauteous spy (Ilona Massey). How this pleasant trio happened to get involved in a Nazi effort to sabotage U.S. shipments of war planes to Britain is a mystery. They should have been having tea together in some cozy inn.

Although everything turns out all right (the spy ring is smashed; Brent and his blonde captive will live a better life together after the war), International Lady is more effective as a warning to Americans to beware of wealthy...

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