I Was an American Spy

The startling TRUE story of America's "Mata Hari" of the South Pacific!

Categories: War, Drama
An American nightclub singer in 1940's Singapore becomes a spy for America in an effort to get back at the invading Japanese army. Based on a true story.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1951-04-14
Run time: 85 minute / 1:25
Director: Lesley Selander
Writer: Samuel Roeca
Production Company : Allied Artists Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Ann Dvorak
as Mrs. Claire 'High Pockets' Phillips
Gene Evans
as Cpl. John Boone
Douglas Kennedy
as Sgt. John Phillips
Richard Loo
as Col. Masamato
Leon Lontoc
as Pacio
Chabing
as Lolita
Philip Ahn
as Capt. Arito
Marya Marco
as Fely
Nadine Ashdown
as Dian
Lisa Ferraday
as Dorothy Fuentes
Howard Chuman
as Kamuri
Fred Revelala
as Zig Zag (as Freddie Revelala)
James B. Leong
as Ho Sang
Mark W. Clark
as Himself / Authenticator in Prolog (as General Mark Clark)
Editing
Philip Cahn Editor

Camera
Harry Neumann Camera Operator

Sound
Edward J. Kay Music
Paul Schmutz Sound Recordist
Tom Lambert Sound

Art
Dave Milton Art Direction

Directing
Lesley Selander Director

Production
Ben Schwalb Associate Producer

Writing
Samuel Roeca Screenplay

Directing
Edward Morey Jr. Assistant Director

Art
Raymond Boltz Jr. Set Decoration

Writing
Claire Phillips Novel
Claire Phillips Story

Costume & Make-Up
Charles Huber Makeup Artist

Writing
Myron B. Goldsmith Novel
Myron B. Goldsmith Story

Production
David Diamond Producer





















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