Mission to Moscow

One American's Journey into the Truth

Categories: War, Drama, History
Ambassador Joseph Davies is sent by FDR to Russia to learn about the Soviet system and returns to America as an advocate of Stalinism.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1943-04-29
Run time: 124 minute / 2:4
Director: Michael Curtiz
Writer: Howard Koch
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Walter Huston
as Ambassador Joseph E. Davies
Ann Harding
as Marjorie Davis
Oskar Homolka
as Maxim Litvinov
George Tobias
as Freddie
Gene Lockhart
as Viatcheslav Molotov
Eleanor Parker
as Emlen Davies
Richard Travis
as Paul
Helmut Dantine
as Maj. Kamenev
Victor Francen
as Vyshinsky, chief trial prosecutor
Henry Daniell
as Minister von Ribbentrop
Barbara Everest
as Mrs. Litvinov
Dudley Field Malone
as Winston Churchill
Roman Bohnen
as Mr. Krestinsky
Moroni Olsen
as Col. Faymonville
Minor Watson
as Loy Henderson
Vladimir Sokoloff
as Mikhail Kalinin, USSR president
Maurice Schwartz
as Dr. Botkin
Joseph E. Davies
as Joseph E. Davies - in Prologue
Ernst Hausman
as Ship's Steward
John Abbott
as Grinko
Ernie Adams
as Heckler
Ed Agresti
as Second Trial Judge
Alex Akimoff
as O.G.P.U. Man
Fred Aldrich
as Man at Bar in Montage
Demetrius Alexis
as O.G.P.U. Man
Elizabeth Archer
as Elderly Woman
Louis V. Arco
as Train Announcer
Sam Ash
as American Senator
Herbert Ashley
as Electrician at Madison Square Garden
Hooper Atchley
as Father
Robert Baikoff
as Soldier
Felix Basch
as Dr. Hjalmar Schacht - Banker
Nino Bellini
as Italian Reporter
Ted Billings
as Man at Inn
Tina Blagoi
as Russian Woman
Oliver Blake
as Heckler
Monte Blue
as Heckler
Eugene Borden
as M. Delbeau - French Minister
Egon Brecher
as Heinrich Sahm
Barbara Brown
as Well-Wisher at Train
Morgan Brown
as American Delegate
Alexander Campbell
as Senator
George M. Carleton
as Congressman
James Carlisle
as American Senator
Maurice Cass
as Yugoslavian President
Nikolai Celikhovsky
as Soviet Official
Feodor Chaliapin Jr.
as Shop Foreman
Luke Chan
as Japanese Diplomat
Cyd Charisse
as Galina Ulanova - Ballerina
Jack Chefe
as Newspaperman in Courtroom
Alex Chivra
as Pierre Laval
Peter Chong
as Japanese Ambassador Shigemitsu
Virginia Christine
as Maria - Beautician
Winston Churchill
as Winston Churchill (archive footage)
Wallis Clark
as Well-wisher with Bill
Donald Clayton
as Vincent Massey
Edmund Cobb
as Heckler
James Conaty
as Dinner Guest
Harry Cording
as Blacksmith
Gino Corrado
as Italian
Jerome Cowan
as Spendler
Noel Cravat
as Workman
Joseph Crehan
as Reporter
Oliver Cross
as Delegate Van deWater
Albert D'Arno
as Frenchman
Jacqueline Dalya
as Russian Girl
William B. Davidson
as Senator
George Davis
as French Reporter
Jean De Briac
as French Maniac
Leander De Cordova
as Heckler
Wally Dean
as Isolaltionist
Igor Dega
as Litvinov's Secretary
Jean Del Val
as Molotov's Secretary
Lala Detolly
as Russian Woman
John Dilson
as American Senator
Warren Douglas
as Emlen's Well-Wisher at Train Station
Eugene Eberle
as Son
Oliver Eckhardt
as Radio Listener
Anthony Eden
as Anthony Eden (archive footage)
Ben Erway
as Heckler
Fred Essler
as Dutch Banker
Herbert Evans
as Courtroom Spectator
Adolph Faylauer
as German Diplomat at Train Station
Frank Faylen
as Reporter
Frank Ferguson
as American Newsman
Robert Fischer
as von Schulenberg
James Flavin
as American Senator
Ray Flynn
as Isolationist
Lee Tung Foo
as Tsiang Ting Fu - Chinese Ambassador
Ross Ford
as Johnny - Emlen's Well-Wisher at Train Station
William Forrest
as American Newsman
Patrica Fung
as Chinese Girl
Jack Gardner
as Newsreel Photographer
Gene Gary
as Russian Foreman
Art Gilmore
as Commentator
Joseph W. Girard
as American Senator
George Glebeff
as O.G.P.U. Man
Sam Goldenberg
as Mr. Leon Trotsky
Ernest Golm
as Fat German
Lisa Golm
as Train Passenger Arriving Late
Gregory Golubeff
as Commandant of the Court
Christine Gordon
as Parachutist
William Gould
as Isolationist
Alexander Granach
as Russian Air Force Officer
Jesse Graves
as White House Butler
Henry Guttman
as O.G.P.U. Man in Taxi
Hermann Göring
as Hermann Goring (archive footage)
John Hamilton
as Charlie - American Newsman
Lumsden Hare
as Lord Chilston
Sam Harris
as Parade Spectator
Henry Hebert
as Isolationist
Frank Hemphill
as Grandfather
Yvonne Hendricks
as Minister's Wife
Louis Jean Heydt
as American Newsman
Herbert Heyes
as Congressman
Adolf Hitler
as Adolf Hitler (archive footage)
David Hoffman
as Mr. Radek
Mauritz Hugo
as Heckler
Arthur Stuart Hull
as Dinner Guest
Olaf Hytten
as Parliament Member
Frieda Inescort
as Madame Molotov
Ted Jacques
as Machinist
Frank Jaquet
as Dutch Banker
Allen Jung
as Japanese Diplomat
Erwin Kalser
as German Businessman
Joseph Kamaryt
as Old Russian
Eddie Kane
as Heckler
Zoia Karabanova
as Russian Train Engineer
Kurt Katch
as Gen. Semen Timoshenko
Edward Keane
as Isolationist
Kenner G. Kemp
as Newspaperman
Bill Kennedy
as American Newsman
Jack Kenney
as Heckler
Colin Kenny
as Parade Soldier Spectator
Emmett King
as British Delegate
Manart Kippen
as Joseph Stalin
Nicholas Kobliansky
as O.G.P.U. Man
Al Kunde
as Father
Adia Kuznetzoff
as O.G.P.U. Man
Charles La Torre
as Rosso - Italian Ambassador
Charles Lane
as Man in Kitchenin Montage
Ivan Lebedeff
as Mr. Rosengoltz
Gabriel Lenoff
as O.G.P.U. Man
George Lessey
as Bill - Well-wisher
Marion Lessing
as Telephone Operator
Carl M. Leviness
as Reporter
Adolf E. Licho
as Bookseller
Rolf Lindau
as German Reporter
Doris Lloyd
as Mrs. Churchill
Kathleen Lockhart
as Lady Chilston
Arthur Loft
as Man with Microphone
Wilbur Mack
as American Newsman
Rosa Margot
as Russian Servant
Michael Mark
as Timid Man
Janet Martin
as Natasha
John Maxwell
as Reporter at Train
Mike Mazurki
as Russian Machinist Workman
Lafe McKee
as Radio Listener
Frank McLure
as League of Nations Official / Ball Guest
Alex Melesh
as Mr. Pyatakov
Marie Melesh
as Young Woman
Tina Menard
as Telephone Operator
Harold Miller
as Dancer at Ball / Congressman
Howard M. Mitchell
as Heckler
Vyacheslav Molotov
as Vyacheslav Molotov (archive footage)
Clive Morgan
as Anthony Eden
Forbes Murray
as Isolationist
Martin Noble
as Russian Officer
Barry Norton
as Ball Guest
Field Norton
as Congressman
Alex Novinsky
as Courtroom Reporter
Pat O'Malley
as Irish-American in Montage
Daniel Ocko
as Mr. Yagoda (former OGPU Head)
Maria Palmer
as Tanya Litvinov
Michel Panaieff
as Ulanova's Dancing Partner
Paul Panzer
as Court Attendant
Emory Parnell
as Uncaring Businessman
Manuel París
as Russian Military Policeman
Irene Pedrini
as Telephone Operator
Frank Penny
as Heckler
Francis Pierlot
as Doctor
René Plaissetty
as Coulendre
Frank Puglia
as Trial Judge Ulrich
Louis Quince
as Member of Parliament
Emil Rameau
as Ignacy Paderewski
Frank Reicher
as General von Koestrich - German ambassador
Duncan Renaldo
as Italian Reporter
Georges Renavent
as President Paul van Zeeland
Vera Richkova
as Parachutist
Betty Roadman
as Mother
Constantine Romanoff
as Accused Member of O.G.P.U.
Nico Romoff
as Foreman
Lionel Royce
as Herr Schmidt
Richard Ryen
as German Major
Loulette Sablon
as Telephone Operator
Tanya Samova
as Flower Girl
Sam Savitsky
as Spadebeard
Ferdinand Schumann-Heink
as German Reporter
Hans Schumm
as Train Gate Guard
Irina Semochenko
as Parachutist
Konstantin Shayne
as Mr. Nikolai Bukharin
Robert Shayne
as Engineer
Tamara Shayne
as Russian Nurse
Evelynne Smith
as Daughter
Leonid Snegoff
as Kommodov
George Sorel
as German Bund Member
Joseph Stalin
as Joseph Stalin (archive footage)
Rudolf Steinboeck
as German
Glenn Strange
as Southerner in Montage
Mark Strong
as Englishman
Sándor Szabó
as Ski Troop Lieutenant
Ben Taggart
as Guest at Davies' Speech
Mike Tellegen
as O.G.P.U. Man
Zina Torchina
as Parachutist
Ivan Triesault
as Mr. Tukhachevsky (Former General)
Charles Trowbridge
as Secretary of State Cordell Hull
Tom Tully
as American Engineer in Russia
Olga Uljanovskaja
as Russian Nurse
Edward Van Sloan
as German Diplomat in Berlin
Henry Victor
as Herr Schufeldt - Hamburg Official
Michael Visaroff
as Barkov
Ray Walker
as Raymond - Davies' Butler
Glen Walters
as Mother
Pierre Watkin
as Naval Attache
Peggy Watts
as Telephone Operator
Frank Wayne
as Heckler
John Wengraf
as Polish Ambassador Grzybowski
Mischa Westfall
as Petya
Leigh Whipper
as Haile Selassie
Marek Windheim
as Mr. Sokolnikov
Joan Winfield
as Telephone Operator
Isabel Withers
as Well-Wisher at Train
Jean Wong
as Parachutist
Victor Wong
as Japanese Diplomat
Jack Young
as President Roosevelt
Alfred Zeisler
as German Train Conductor
Esther Zeitlin
as Russian Woman
Peter Michael
as German Reporter
Bobby Hale
as Man at Inn
Production
Jack L. Warner Executive Producer

Editing
Owen Marks Editor

Sound
Max Steiner Original Music Composer

Directing
Michael Curtiz Director

Art
Carl Jules Weyl Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Orry-Kelly Costume Design

Writing
Howard Koch Screenplay

Camera
Bert Glennon Director of Photography

Production
Robert Buckner Producer

Writing
Joseph E. Davies Book





















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