I See a Dark Stranger

I See a Dark Stranger (1946)

The woman hunt is on... For the girl with the little black book.

  • Genre: Drama, Thriller, War
  • Release Date: 1946-07-04
  • User Rating: 6.4/10 from 13 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 52min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Individual Pictures
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • Director:
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From 13 Ratings

Summary

Determined, independent Bridie Quilty comes of age in 1944 Ireland thinking all Englishmen are devils. Her desire to join the IRA meets no encouragement, but a German spy finds her easy to recruit. We next find her working in a pub near a British military prison, using her sex appeal in the service of the enemy. But chance puts a really vital secret into her hands, leading to a chase involving Bridie, a British officer who's fallen for her, a German agent unknown to them both, and the police...paralleled by Bridie's own internal conflicts.

I See a Dark Stranger Trailer

  • Deborah Kerr

    as Bridie Quilty
  • Trevor Howard

    as Lt. David Bayne
  • Raymond Huntley

    as J. Miller
  • Michael Howard

    as Hawkins
  • Liam Redmond

    as Uncle Timothy
  • Brefni O'Rorke

    as Michael O'Callaghan
  • James Harcourt

    as Grandfather Edwards
  • George Woodbridge

    as Walter
  • Garry Marsh

    as Capt. Goodhusband
  • Olga Lindo

    as Mrs Edwards
  • Tom Macaulay

    as Lt Spanswick
  • David Ward

    as Oscar Pryce
  • Harry Hutchinson

    as Chief Mourner
  • Eddie Golden

    as Terence Delaney
  • Marie Ault

    as Mrs O'Mara
  • Humphrey Heathcote

    as Sgt. Harry Harris
  • John Salew

    as Man in the Bookshop
  • David Tomlinson

    as Intelligence Officer
  • Kenneth Buckley

    as Radio-Telephone Operator
  • Torin Thatcher

    as Police Constable
  • Everley Gregg

    as 1st Woman on Train
  • Kathleen Boutall

    as 2nd Woman on Train
  • Pat Leonard

    as Liverpool Hotel Receptionist
  • Katie Johnson

    as Old Lady on Train
  • Gerald Case

    as Col. Dennington
  • W.G. O'Gorman

    as Danny Quilty
  • Frank Atkinson

    as Soldier in Pub (uncredited)
  • Dorothy Bramhall

    as ATS Corporal
  • Brenda Bruce

    as American Waitress (uncredited)
  • Peter Cotes

    as Brash Young Man
  • Bob Elson

    as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Josephine Fitzgerald

    as 2nd Irishwoman
  • Cameron Hall

    as Tynwald Court Usher (uncredited)
  • Joan Hickson

    as Hotel Manageress
  • Austin Meldon

    as Customs Officer
  • Kathleen Murphy

    as 1st Irishwoman
  • Doreen Percherson

    as Manx Hotel Receptionist
  • Norman Pierce

    as Dance M.C.
  • Tony Quinn

    as Galley Guide
  • Albert Sharpe

    as Irish Publican
  • Jim Winters

    as Irish Policeman
  • Harry Webster

    as Uncle Joe
  • Norman Shelley

    as Man in Straw Hat
  • Clifford Buckton

    as Plainclothes Man on Train (uncredited)
  • Eddie Byrne

    as Irish Sailor Lookout (uncredited)
  • Hugh Dempster

    as Train Passenger (uncredited)
  • Arthur Denton

    as Mr. Cloggerty (uncredited)
  • Howard Douglas

    as Guest at Birthday Party (uncredited)
  • Leslie Dwyer

    as Soldier in Café (uncredited)
  • Kathleen Harrison

    as Waitress (uncredited)
  • Peter Jones

    as Soldier in Pub (uncredited)
  • Patricia Laffan

    as Bit Part (uncredited)
  • Frank Ling

    as Soldier in Pub (uncredited)
  • Johnnie Schofield

    as Villager (uncredited)
  • Vi Stevens

    as Hotel Floor Cleaner (uncredited)
  • Harry Terry

    as Irish Smuggler (uncredited)
  • John Vere

    as Bit Part (uncredited)
  • Jack Vyvyan

    as Village Postman (uncredited)
Production Bert Bates Production Manager
Costume & Make-Up Stuart Freeborn Makeup Artist
Production Sidney Gilliat Producer
Writing Sidney Gilliat Writer
Writing Frank Launder Screenplay
Directing Frank Launder Director
Production Frank Launder Producer
Writing Frank Launder Story
Camera Wilkie Cooper Director of Photography
Editing Thelma Connell Editor
Sound William Alwyn Original Music Composer
Sound Muir Mathieson Music Director
Writing Wolfgang Wilhelm Writer
Crew Liam Redmond Additional Dialogue
Art David Rawnsley Production Design
Art Norman Arnold Art Direction
Production F.G. Bangs Production Manager
Camera William Allan Camera Operator
Sound Stanley Lambourne Sound Recordist
Production Cecil F. Ford Location Manager
Directing Percy Hermes Assistant Director
Costume & Make-Up Joy Ricardo Costume Design
Lighting Norman Foley Gaffer
Directing Paddy Arnold Continuity

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