|Directed by||Tim Whelan|
|Produced by||Edward Small|
|Written by||Jack DeWitt (story) &
E. Lloyd Sheldon (story)
|Music by||Lucie Moraweck|
|Edited by||William F. Claxton and Grant Whytock|
Edward Small Productions
|Distributed by||United Artists|
International Lady is a 1941 American wartime spy-drama film.
It was originally known as G-Men versus Scotland Yard.
An American operative in Great Britain (George Brent) and his counterpart from Scotland Yard (Basil Rathbone) suspect the beautiful singer Carla Nillson (Ilona Massey) of espionage. As they cleverly unravel her technique of singing in code over the radio, they track her from London, to Lisbon, to New York, where they succeed in tying her to a wealthy candy manufacturer who is, in reality, the saboteur mastermind.
- George Brent as Tim Hanley
- Ilona Massey as Carla Nillson
- Basil Rathbone as Reggie Oliver
- Gene Lockhart as Sidney Grenner
- George Zucco as Webster
- Francis Pierlot as Dr. Rowan
- Martin Kosleck as Bruner
- Charles D. Brown as Tetlow
- Marjorie Gateson as Bertha Grenner
- Leyland Hodgson as Sergeant Moulton
- Clayton Moore as Sewell
- Gordon De Main as Denby
- Frederick Worlock as Sir Henry
- Jack Mulhall as Desk Clerk
- Ralph Dunn as Don
- Australia Music Notes Special to The Christian Science Monitor. The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) [Boston, Mass] 05 Apr 1941: 9.
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