|Directed by||Gregory Ratoff|
|Produced by||Samuel G. Engel|
Darryl F. Zanuck
|Written by||Philip Dunne|
|Based on||novel by Marthe McKenna|
|Starring||Dolores del Río|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
Lancer Spy is a 1937 film about an Englishman (Sanders) who impersonates a German officer, receiving fame upon arriving in Germany. A female German spy (del Río) is instructed to check on him but falls in love with him instead.
- Dolores del Río as Dolores Daria Sunnel
- George Sanders as Baron Kurt von Rohback and Lt. Michael Bruce
- Peter Lorre as Maj. Sigfried Gruning
- Virginia Field as Joan Bruce
- Sig Ruman as Lt. Col. Gottfried Hollen
- Joseph Schildkraut as Prince Ferdi Zu Schwarzwald
- Maurice Moscovitch as Gen. Von Meinhardt
- Lionel Atwill as Col. Fenwick
- Luther Adler as Schratt
- Fritz Feld as Fritz Mueller
- Lester Matthews as Capt. Neville
- Carlos De Valdez as Von Klingen
- Gregory Gaye as Capt. Freymann
Colin Clive collapsed during filming and died.
- Ratoff Writes Another Good Role for Self Shaffer, George. Chicago Daily Tribune 12 Apr 1937: 15.
- GREGORY RATOFF WILL DIRECT ONE FEATURE AND ACT IN ANOTHER: Marion Claire Likely to Play Breen's Mother Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 9 Apr 1937: 17.
- TWO NEW PICTURES FOR ROLAND DREW New York Times 12 Apr 1937: 15.
- HOLLYWOOD PICKET LINE: The Industry Watches the C. I. O.--Satisfaction--R. Halliburton Flynn By DOUGLAS W. CHURCHILL. New York Times 18 Apr 1937: 169.
- Around and About in Hollywood Read, Kendall. Los Angeles Times (1923-1995); Los Angeles, Calif. [Los Angeles, Calif]26 June 1937: A7.
- JACK BENNY TO BE ABSENT WHEN WIFE DEBUTS IN PICTURE: Comedians Name 'Fall Guys' as next Vehicle Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times (1923-1995); Los Angeles, Calif. [Los Angeles, Calif]05 May 1937: A10.
- NEW FILM PRODUCTIONS STARTED DURTNG WEEK Los Angeles Times (1923-1995); Los Angeles, Calif. [Los Angeles, Calif]16 May 1937: C1.
- DRAMATIC STORY BY FULOP-MILLER PURCHASED TO STAR BOBBY BREEN: United Artists Assembling New Film Units Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 28 May 1937: 19.
- Stage and Film Career The Scotsman (1921-1950); Edinburgh, Scotland [Edinburgh, Scotland]26 June 1937: 17.
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