Berlin Express

A nice little espionage thriller about an American, a Soviet, an Englishman, and a Frenchman who discovers that Dr. Bernhardt, a leader for a post-war peace, has been kidnapped by members of the Nazi underground. Let's go find him! Overall, it's good; it could have been more exciting and less cheesy, but then again, what can you expect? It's interesting enough to be enjoyable. This film is mostly notable because it was filmed using the actual ruins of Frankfurt and Berlin after their annihilation during WWII.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Merle Oberon, Robert Ryan, Charles Korvin, Paul Lukas, Robert Coote, Reinhold Schunzel, Roman Toporow, Otto Waldis, Fritz Kortner, Michael Harvey

Directed by:

Jacques Tourneur


1948 war/thriller

Not Rated.


Don Ignacio's score: B

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