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646f9e108c Sam Gallagher (<a href=">Pat O&#39;Brien), a former foreign correspondent and now a United States Government agent, gets a job through his brother Jeff (<a href=">Chester Morris), whom he has not seen in seven years, in the Seaboard Shipyards as a &quot;pileback&quot; in order to track down a gang of Nazi spies who are plotting to sabotage the shipyards. Jill McCann (<a href=">Carole Landis),an FBI agent, poses as Sam&#39;s wife, and two children, 6-year-old Paul (<a href=">Richard Lyon), and 4-year-old-Joan (<a href=">Carol Nugent),complete his &quot;cover family.&quot; THe set-up looks fishy to Jeff, and he imparts his suspicions to Lea Damoran (<a href=">Ruth Warrick, the girl both brothers had courted in the old days. Meanwhile, Sam works hard and makes friends with most of the men in his crew. He gets a line on the saboteurs and one by one, their identities are revealed to him. The Nazis, led by Brownell (<a href=">Tom Tully)who, in reality, is Colonel Von Braun of the German Gestapo, plan to blow up the yard while an aircraft carrier is docked there. Jeff&#39;s noisy investigations bid to intentionally hamper Sam&#39;s plans to abort the Nazi plan.
These things generally are more interesting for their social history than the cinematic experience. But that history is hot and heavy here.<br/><br/>Its a strange thing to witness, how Hollywood toes the line on perceived social needs, sometimes taking the lead from Washington.<br/><br/>The US entered the war with a strategy not based on valor, or military prowess. It was simply based on outproducing the bad guys. We could make stuff faster than they could blow it up. So industrial sabotage was a real worry. We weren&#39;t worried about the Japanese because we simply locked up anyone who looked Japanese.It was the Germans who &quot;looked like us,&quot; that were the worry.<br/><br/>So Hollywod ginned up some stories to fit, and this is probably the best of the bunch. The interesting thing here is how far the Irish had come as the prototype American. Only a few decades before, Irish (with Jews) were considered slime. They were quite literally the &quot;other,&quot; the non-American. <br/><br/>Its anyone&#39;s guess why they rose so quickly. The common theories don&#39;t hold much water because we see other groups who behaved much the same way and never achieved the exalted status of the Irish as movie icons. But here we have it in spades: brawling is an honorable, friendly thing. Booze is never mentioned. All the hard working, patriotic, tough souls here are Irish. They win the war with pluck and expect no reward or recognition.<br/><br/>Now, that&#39;s a story. Incidentally, though the story, sets and action are pure hokum, that acting here is pretty modern and realistic. I think that&#39;s related to the Irish story.<br/><br/>Ted&#39;s Evaluation -- 2 of 3: Has some interesting elements.
Government agent Pat O&#39;Brien goes undercover at a shipyard where his estranged brother Chester Morris works. Pat&#39;s trying to root out Nazi saboteurs. Part of his cover is that stunning Carole Landis pretends to be his wife. Something tells me they didn&#39;t have to twist Pat&#39;s arm to take this assignment. The look on Pat&#39;s face when he comes home to see Carole in her tight-fitting dress is priceless. Well paced WW2 espionage movie with a decent script and likable leads. Very nice supporting cast includes Ruth Warrick, Barton MacLane, Tom Tully, an

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