I See a Dark Stranger (The Adventuress)
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I See a Dark Stranger (The Adventuress)
I See a Dark Stranger manages to be both an absorbing espionage yarn and a slyly amusing send-up of the entire genre. Deborah Kerr is terrific as Irish colleen Bridie Quilty, raised from childhood to despise the British and everything they stand for. Bridie's anglophobia proves useful to Nazi spy Miller (Raymond Huntley), who hopes to use the girl to help him steal the plans for the D-day invasion. Playing her "Mata Hari" role to the hilt, Bridie wholeheartedly throws herself into a world of clandestine meetings and coded messages, certain that by helping the Germans she is also… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A wonderfully realized, well-crafted and highly entertaining British espionage thriller."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"A gleeful amalgam of hijinks and heroism."
‑ David Sanjek, PopMatters
"The film isn't a masterpiece; it is merely a lot of fun"
‑ Marty Mapes, Movie Habit
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