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  1. Orders to Kill is a 1958 British wartime drama film. It starred Paul Massie, Eddie Albert and Irene Worth and was directed by Anthony Asquith. The film is based on a story by Donald Chase Downes, a former American intelligence operative who also acted as technical adviser to the film.

  2. 5 de out. de 2022 · Starring Eddie Albert, Paul Massie and Lillian Gish. Follow along using the transcript. An American agent faces an engrossing moral dilemma when he is parachuted into France to eliminate a ...

    • 3 min
    • 1995
    • Classic Movie Trailers
  3. Ficha técnica. Comentários. Notícias. 112 minutos. O agente americano enfrenta um dilema moral cativante quando está de pára-quedas na França para eliminar um suspeito de traição na Resistência Francesa. Estreia Mundial: 13 de Abril de 1958. Outras datas. Elenco de Ordem de Matar. Eddie Albert (I) Major MacMahon. Irene Worth Léonie.

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    • Eddie Albert (I)
    • Anthony Asquith
  4. 1958 Directed by Anthony Asquith. A grounded American fighter pilot is switched to espionage on a special job in which he must kill a small-time Paris lawyer suspected of double-crossing France by selling out radio operators to the Nazis. Cast. Crew. Details. Genres. Releases.

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    • Lynx Films Ltd., British Lion Films
    • Anthony Asquith
  5. Overview. A grounded American fighter pilot is switched to espionage on a special job in which he must kill a small-time Paris lawyer suspected of double-crossing France by selling out radio operators to the Nazis. Anthony Asquith. Director. Donald Downes. Novel. George St. George. Writer. Paul Dehn. Writer.

  6. Movie Info. Gene Summers (Paul Massie) is an American Air Force pilot recruited to take part in a secret government mission. He is tasked with killing Marcel Lafitte (Leslie French), a lawyer ...

    • Mystery & thriller
  7. A grounded American fighter pilot is switched to espionage on a special job in which he must kill a small-time Paris lawyer suspected of double-crossing France by selling out radio operators to the Nazis.