Street of Shadows (1937 film)
|Street of Shadows|
French theatrical release poster
|Directed by||G. W. Pabst|
|Produced by||Romain Pinés|
|Screenplay by||Jacques Natanson|
|Story by||Georges Neveaux
Irma Von Cube
|Music by||Arthur Honegger
|Edited by||Louisette Hautecoeur
Films Romain Pinès
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Street of Shadows (French: Mademoiselle Docteur or Salonique, nid d'espions) is a 1937 French spy film directed by G. W. Pabst. An English-language version with exactly the same plot was filmed at the same time under the direction of Edmond T. Gréville, but with some changes in the cast. Dita Parlo remained as Mademoiselle Doctuer, but Erich von Stroheim took over the part of the German spy chief. The English-language version was released in the United States under the title Under Secret Orders.
- Edward Lexy appears in a small part.
- Other films about the spy known as "Mademoiselle Docteur" or "Fräulein Doktor":
- Stamboul Quest – 1934 American film starring Myrna Loy
- Mademoiselle Doctor (also known as Under Secret Orders) – 1937 English film directed by Edmond T. Gréville, an English version of Street of Shadows, shot at the same time, but with some cast changes.
- Fräulein Doktor – 1969 film, an Italian/Yugoslavian co-production
- Mademoiselle Docteur at the Internet Movie Database
- Mademoiselle Docteur at the TCM Movie Database
- Mademoiselle Docteur at AllMovie
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