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A foreign affair [videorecording] /

Paramount presents ; screenplay by Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder and Richard L. Breen ; adapted by Robert Harari ; from an original story by Robert Shaw ; produced by Charles Brackett ; directed by Billy Wilder.

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Names: Wilder, Billy, | Brackett, Charles, | Breen, Richard L. | Harari, Robert. | Shaw, David, | Arthur, Jean, | Dietrich, Marlene. | Lund, John, | Mitchell, Millard, | Lang, Charles B. | Hollaender, Friedrich. | Director | Producer | Screenwriter | Cinematographer | Music | Actor 1 | Actor 2 | Actor 3 | Actor 4
Published: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, ©2013.
Series: TCM vault collection.007
Turner classic movies.
Topics: Reconstruction (1939-1951) - Germany - Drama. | Corruption investigation - Germany - Drama. | Women singers - Germany - Drama. | Women legislators - United States - Drama. | War criminals - Germany - Drama. | Nazis - Germany - Drama. | Feature films. | Shaw, David, 1916-2007 - Film adaptations.
Regions: Berlin (Germany) - Drama.
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520 |aPhoebe Frost, an upright Republican member of Congress, travels to Berlin to look into reports of corruption among the occupying American forces. She enlists an Army captain in her crusade and finds herself falling for him, unaware that he is the man romantically involved with a German cabaret singer who can lead army investigators to a high-level Nazi war criminal.
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