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Spies Espionage and Intrigue STATE DEPARTMENT FILE 649 (Color Edition)

(1948, Upgraded 12/18/22—Now in Color) Bill Lundigan, Virginia Bruce, Richard Loo, Jonathan Hale, Frank Ferguston, Victor Sen Young, Milton Kibbee, Carole Donne. Gritty espionage film of a U.S. agent falling into a web of "yellow peril" intrigue. Lundigan plays an agent for the U. S. State Department's Foreign Service Bureau.  Bruce, a  morale worker with the bureau, is assigned to an area in Mongolia dominated by an outlaw warlord.  The Warlord takes control of the village where both are stationed—escape is now completely impossible!  In an act of defiance, Lundigan plots to blow the warlord's headquarters to smithereens.  A great explosive ending has the bad guys REALLY getting their just dues.  Richard Loo is terrific as the sinister oriental bad guy.  Virginia Bruce was starting to get a little old to play these types of young heroine roles, but she still does a pretty good job. This film was released by Film Classics Inc., who were responsible for any number of late '40s B-movie releases, often in the action and adventure genres.  This is one of their better ones.  Cinecolor, from 16mm.

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