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The Stranger
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The Stranger 1946


An investigator named Wilson (Edward G. Robinson) releases Konrad Meinike (Konstantin Shayne) a convicted Nazi war criminal from prison, hoping that he will lead him to an even bigger fugitive, the notorious Franz Kindler (Orson Welles) . Sure enough, Meinike finds Kindler posing as Charles Rankin, a history teacher in the idyllic small town of Harper, Connecticut.

Release Date:May 25th, 1946
Running Time:95 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsOrson Welles
Written By:
No image existsJohn Huston
No image existsOrson Welles
No image existsAnthony Veiller
No image existsVictor Trivas
No image existsVictor Trivas
No image existsDecla Dunning
Starring:
No image existsEdward G. Robinson
No image existsLoretta Young
No image existsOrson Welles
No image existsPhilip Merivale
No image existsRichard Long
No image existsKonstantin Shayne
No image existsBilly House
No image existsMartha Wentworth
No image existsByron Keith

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The Stranger Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/17/2008)

An absolutely outstanding bit of film noir and a showcase for some very fine actors of the period.

Victor Trivas' story received an Oscar nomination, but Orson Welles was magnificent in direction and acting in this film about Nazi's hiding in America. He almost got away with his ruse, but he got to ranting so much that he...

(complete The Stranger review by Movie Addict)



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