Cast & Crew
Alan Holiday, a former OSS officer now living in London, is visited on New Year's Eve by Catherine Carrel, who claims to be a close friend of Jules Lemoine, one of Alan's wartime colleagues. Lemoine wants Alan to deliver a tape recording containing secret defense information to the French government. After receiving the tape from Lemoine, Alan poses as a photographer's assistant and leaves on the boat train to Paris with Catherine, who is masquerading as a model. Before their departure, Lemoine is murdered by a counterintelligence agent who, unable to find the tape, also boards the train. Because of the confusion of a wild New Year's party, Alan is able to elude the assassin until the train reaches France, but once there, he is confronted by another counterespionage agent seeking the tape. Although Alan escapes, he is stopped by Catherine, who, it develops, is also in league with the foreign agents; but he disarms her and turns her over to the police, along with the vital tape recording.
Sylvia Lewis Jones
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Robert L. Lippert
Released in Great Britain in 1965; running time: 64 min. Henry Cross is a pseudonym for Harry Spalding.