The Adventures of Tartu (1943) Movie Details

The Adventures of Tartu
English
Harold S. Bucquet
V. Wilson , Louis Levy
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
(India)
1 hr 31 mins
5.9/10
Rating: 5.9/10 from 191 users

The Adventures of Tartu Movie Cast

Robert Donat
as Captain Terence Stevenson, aka Jan Tartu
Valerie Hobson
as Maruschuka Lanova
Walter Rilla
as Inspector Otto Vogel
Glynis Johns
as Paula Palacek
Phyllis Morris
as Anna Palacek
Martin Miller
as Doctor Novotny
Anthony Eustrel
as German MP Officar
Percy Walsh
as Dr. Willendorf

The Adventures of Tartu Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : John Lee Mahin , Howard Emmett Rogers
Director of Photography : Jack E. Cox
Editor : Douglas Myers
Art Direction : John Bryan
Costume Design : Rahvis
Sound Recordist : V. Wilson
Music Director : Louis Levy
Associate Producer : Harold Huth
Art Direction : John Bryan

The Adventures of Tartu International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
01-10-1943
India
01-10-1943

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British Captain Terence Stevenson (Robert Donat) accepts an assignment even more dangerous than his everyday job of defusing unexploded bombs. Fluent in Romanian and German and having studied chemical engineering, he is parachuted into Romania to assume the identity of Captain Jan Tartu, a member of the fascist Iron Guard. He makes his way to Czechoslovakia to steal the formula of a new Nazi poison gas and sabotage the factory where it is being manufactured.

The Adventures of Tartu

The Adventures of Tartu is a 1943 English Film stars Robert Donat , Harold S. Bucquet , John Lee Mahin , Howard Emmett Rogers , Valerie Hobson , Walter Rilla , Glynis Johns , Phyllis Morris , Martin Miller , Anthony Eustrel , Percy Walsh , Jack E. Cox , Douglas Myers , John Bryan , Rahvis , V. Wilson , Louis Levy , Harold Huth , John Bryan , directed by Harold S. Bucquet & music by Louis Levy.