The Man Who Never Was

Cinematographer turned director Ronald Neame brings to life the fascinating true story of a daring operation that foiled Hitler's invasion of Sicily. The elaborate ruse included a fictional "spy" whose death by drowning was faked. The body was then allowed to wash up on shore with false information to put the Nazis off-track. Based on the book by Ewen Monatgu.

Year: 1956
Genre: Drama, War and Anti-War Films, Classic Drama, True Stories, Based on..., Classic Cinema
Country: UK
Director: Ronald Neame
Starring: Gloria Grahame, Clifton Webb, Robert Flemying, Josephine Griffin
Duration: 103 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: War
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