A Dispatch from Reuter's

Categories: Drama, History
German Julius Reuter (Edward G. Robinson) sends 19th-century news by carrier pigeon and then by wire, founding a news agency.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1940-10-19
Run time: 90 minute / 1:30
Director: William Dieterle
Writer: Milton Krims
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Edward G. Robinson
as Paul Julius Reuter
Edna Best
as Ida Magnus Reuter
Eddie Albert
as Max Wagner
Albert Bassermann
as Franz Geller
Gene Lockhart
as Otto Bauer
Otto Kruger
as Dr. Magnus
Nigel Bruce
as Sir Randolph Persham
Montagu Love
as Delane
James Stephenson
as Carew
Walter Kingsford
as Napoleon III
David Bruce
as Bruce
Dickie Moore
as Reuter as a Boy
Billy Dawson
as Max Wagner as a Boy
Richard Nichols
as Herbert - Age 5
Lumsden Hare
as Chairman
Louis Adlon
as Clerk (uncredited)
Norman Ainsley
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Mary Anderson
as Girl with Max (uncredited)
Michael Audley
as Reporter (uncredited)
Tommy Baker
as Sick Boy in Aachen (uncredited)
Max Barwyn
as Translator (uncredited)
Frank Benson
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Nina Borget
as Woman (uncredited)
Hazel Boyne
as Companion (uncredited)
Egon Brecher
as Von Konstat (uncredited)
Georgia Caine
as Mother in 'Our American Cousin' (uncredited)
Leonard Carey
as Delane's Secretary (uncredited)
George Cathrey
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Cliff Clark
as Reporter (uncredited)
David Clyde
as Constable (uncredited)
Irene Coleman
as French Girl in Paris (uncredited)
Mildred Coles
as Augusta in 'Our American Cousin' (uncredited)
Harry Cording
as Sailor on the Nova Scotian (uncredited)
Alec Craig
as Editor Grant of the Morning Advertiser (uncredited)
Ray De Ravenne
as Man (uncredited)
Joe De Stefani
as Hans - Gauss' Assistant (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Eddie Dew
as Reporter (uncredited)
Florence Dudley
as French Girl in Paris (uncredited)
Demetris Emanuel
as Reporter (uncredited)
Gilbert Emery
as Lord Palmerston in Parliament (uncredited)
Douglas Gordon
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Lawrence Grant
as Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Bobby Hale
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Alec Harford
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Gordon Hart
as Board Member (uncredited)
Ernst Hausman
as Heinrich (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert
as Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood
as News Vendor in Paris (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes
as Coach Attendant
Robert Homans
as Reporter (uncredited)
Kenneth Hunter
as Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Ellis Irving
as Parliament Speaker (uncredited)
Paul Irving
as J. Bender (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Board Member (uncredited)
Charles Irwin
as Telegrapher for Reuter (uncredited)
Frank Jaquet
as Mr. Stein (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Reporter (uncredited)
Crauford Kent
as Editor Wanting Contract Voided (uncredited)
Charles Knight
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas
as Board Member (uncredited)
Alphonse Martell
as Board Member (uncredited)
Edward McWade
as Chemist Who Poisoned Medicine (uncredited)
Frederic Mellinger
as Man (uncredited)
Thomas R. Mills
as Board Member (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie
as Member of Parliament (uncredited)
Fred Murray
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Leda Nicova
as French Girl in Paris (uncredited)
Pat O'Hara
as Reporter (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley
as Laborer (uncredited)
George Ovey
as Postman Delivering Pigeons (uncredited)
Lionel Pape
as Stock Exchange Chairman (uncredited)
Georges Renavent
as French Official (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore
as Otto - Directing Carew to Bank (uncredited)
Frank Shannon
as Mr. O'Malley - Captain of the Nova Scotian (uncredited)
George Sorel
as Reporter (uncredited)
Hugh Sothern
as American Ambassador (uncredited)
Grace Stafford
as Woman Dancing with Geller (uncredited)
Walter O. Stahl
as Von Darnstadt (uncredited)
Ernie Stanton
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Harry Stubbs
as Board Member (uncredited)
Hal Taylour
as Cockney News Vendor (uncredited)
Cyril Thornton
as Clerk (uncredited)
David Thursby
as Telegrapher at Reuters (uncredited)
Jacques Vanaire
as French Telegrapher (uncredited)
Theodore von Eltz
as Actor in 'Our American Cousin' (uncredited)
Robert Warwick
as Opposition Parliament Speaker (uncredited)
Paul Weigel
as Professor Gauss (uncredited)
Lottie Williams
as Herbert's Nanny (uncredited)
Wolfgang Zilzer
as Post Office Clerk (uncredited)
Sound
Max Steiner Original Music Composer

Directing
William Dieterle Director

Writing
Wolfgang Wilhelm Story
Milton Krims Screenplay
Valentine Williams Story





















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