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A Yank in Libya

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A Yank in Libya
A Yank in Libya poster.jpg
Directed byAlbert Herman
Written byArthur St. Claire
Sherman L. Lowe
Produced byLeon Fromkess
George M. Merrick
StarringH.B. Warner
Joan Woodbury
Walter Woolf King
CinematographyEdward Linden
Edited byLeete Renick Brown
Music byLee Zahler
M & H Productions
Distributed byProducers Releasing Corporation
Release date
  • July 24, 1942 (1942-07-24)
Running time
67 minutes
CountryUnited States

A Yank in Libya is a 1942 American war thriller film directed by Albert Herman and starring H.B. Warner, Joan Woodbury and Walter Woolf King.[1]


American correspondent Mike Malone uncovers a Nazi plot for an uprising of the Arab tribes in Libya. Pursued by Sheik David and his men, Mike takes refuge in the suite of Nancy Brooks, who is in the British Intelligence. He asks her to hide a gun and escapes through a window. Reporting the affair to British Consul Herbert Forbes, the latter tries to discourage him from further investigation, as the British are aware of the plot and are planning on staging a coup. He goes with Mike to Nancy's apartment, and she denies having ever seen him before. Sheik Ibrahim, next in command of the Arab tribe to Sheik David, is plotting with Nazi agent Yussof Streyer to kill David who is friendly with the British. Mike and Nancy have gone to David's camp, escape from Ibrahim's henchmen, and get back to El Moktar before the Arabs attack the garrison.



  1. ^ Casaregola p.24


  • Casaregola, Vincent. Theaters of War: America’s Perceptions of World War II. Springer, 2009.

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