Confessions of a Nazi Spy
Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939)

Bold for its time (just prior to World War II), Confessions of a Nazi Spy is an expose of a genuine Nazi espionage ring operating in the United States. Dedicated National Socialist Paul Lukas arrives in America to conduct Bund rallies and… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: April 27, 1939
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Emanuel Levy

Historically significant, Litvak's sensationalistic political melodrama is considered to be the first Hollywood anti-Nazi film made by a major studio

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Dennis Schwartz
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Daring for its day.

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jay nixon
Well made but blatant propaganda. The two biggest stars in the cast, Edward G. Robinson and George Sanders have relatively small roles.
Michael Gildea
Despite coming out two and a half years before America's involvement in WWII, Confessions of a Nazi Spy is a wonderful piece of propaganda. This movie is… More