Madame Spy is a 1942 American spy film directed by Roy William Neill and starring Constance Bennett, Don Porter and John Litel.
Constance Bennett marries war reporter Don Porter. On the way back to the US, their ship is sunk by a submarine. When they finally arrive, Porter is busy making broadcasts urging the country to vigilance; Miss Bennett is seeing some old friends. They're just old friends, she insists, but it gradually dawns on Porter that she is a spy, the one that whispers call Madame Spy.
Director Roy William Neill is best remembered for directing many of the Rathbone-Bruce Sherlock Holmes movies of the era, but he was one of the survivors of the silent era, and as he struggled back into prominence, he excelled as one of the directors who were instrumental in the rise of film noir in the 1940s.
This one is dark and visually striking with some fine camerawork by George Robinson.
These posters are 11" by 17" and printed on heavy 80-lbs matte color paper for a memorable texture and durability. All printed posters are sourced from a small, local family-owned business. Each poster is shipped in a 12" x 2" cardboard shipping tube.
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