British theatrical poster
|Directed by||William Freshman
|Produced by||John Stafford
|Written by||Akos Tolnay
|Based on||a story by Dorothy Hope|
|Music by||Enzo Masetti|
|Cinematography||Ubaldo Arata (as U. Arata)|
|Edited by||Renzo Lucidi|
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors (UK)|
|3 October 1946 (Italy)
Tehran is a 1946 British-Italian thriller film co-directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and William Freshman. It stars Derek Farr as Pemberton Grant, a British intelligence officer who discovers a plot to assassinate the President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Tehran Conference during the Second World War. It also featured Marta Labarr, Manning Whiley and Pamela Stirling.  It was also released under the alternative titles Appointment in Persia and The Plot to Kill Roosevelt and Conspiracy in Teheran.
In 1943, Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt meet at the Teheran conference to agree plans for the Allied invasion of Europe. Whilst attempting to trace ballerina Natalie Trubetzin (Marta Labarr), who he met before the outbreak of war, British journalist Pemberton Grant (Derek Farr) uncovers a deadly conspiracy. The plot, led by Paul Sherek (Manning Whiley), involves international arms dealers, who can't afford to, and do not wish to have peace declared, and plan to blow up President Roosevelt during his visit.
- Derek Farr - Pemberton Grant
- Marta Labarr - Natalie Trubetzin
- Manning Whiley - Paul Sherek
- Pamela Stirling - Haali
- Philip Ridgeway - Mr Razed
- John Warwick - Maor 'Mack' MacIntyre
- John Slater - Maor Sergei Soviesky
- MacDonald Parke - Major Wellman
The Radio Times called it a "shambolic British thriller"; TV Guide wrote, "Whiley's performance alone provides some semblance of acting, and the technical end is almost totally incompetent"; but Allmovie wrote, "Even though the audience knows the outcome, there's thrills aplenty in The Plot to Kill Roosevelt."
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