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Two Tickets to London

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Two Tickets to London
Two tickets to london poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byEdwin L. Marin
Produced byEdwin L. Marin
Written byTom Reed
StarringMichèle Morgan
Alan Curtis
C. Aubrey Smith
Music byFrank Skinner
CinematographyMilton R. Krasner
Edited byMilton Carruth
Production
company
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
  • June 18, 1943 (1943-06-18)
Running time
78 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Two Tickets to London is a 1943 drama film made by Universal Pictures, and directed by Edwin L. Marin.[1] The screenplay was written by Tom Reed, based on story by Roy William Neill.[2] The film stars Michèle Morgan and Alan Curtis.[3]

Premise

A U.S. naval officer is found guilty for treason, but escapes with the help of a café entertainer.

Cast

Critical reception

Allmovie wrote "Too expensive for a B"-picture, yet not quite an A, Two Tickets to London is an acceptable vehicle for French leading lady Michele Morgan and Universal contract player Alan Curtis;"[4] while TV Guide called it "A standard programmer," and rated it 2/5 stars.[5]

References

  1. ^ "AFI-Catalog". catalog.afi.com.
  2. ^ "Two Tickets to London (1943) - Full Credits - TCM.com". Turner Classic Movies.
  3. ^ "Two Tickets to London (1943) - Edwin L. Marin - Cast and Crew". AllMovie.
  4. ^ "Two Tickets to London (1943) - Edwin L. Marin - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related". AllMovie.
  5. ^ "Two Tickets To London - TV Guide". TVGuide.com.

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