A Dispatch from Reuters

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A Dispatch from Reuter's is a 1940 biographical film about Paul Reuter, the man who built the famous news service that bears his name.

A Dispatch from Reuter's is a 1940 biographical film about Paul Reuter, the man who built the famous news service that bears his name.

Original Release

10/19/1940

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Cast

Louis Adlon Clerk
Norman Ainsley Cockney News Vendor
Michael Audley Reporter
Tommy Baker Sick Boy in Aachen
Max Barwyn Translator
Frank Benson Cockney News Vendor
Egon Brecher Von Konstat
Leonard Carey Delane's Secretary
George Cathrey Cockney News Vendor
Cliff Clark Reporter
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

William Dieterle

Writers

Milton Krims, Valentine Williams, Wolfgang Wilhelm

Cast

Louis Adlon Clerk
Norman Ainsley Cockney News Vendor
Michael Audley Reporter
Tommy Baker Sick Boy in Aachen
Max Barwyn Translator
Frank Benson Cockney News Vendor
Egon Brecher Von Konstat
Leonard Carey Delane's Secretary
George Cathrey Cockney News Vendor
Cliff Clark Reporter
David Clyde Constable
Harry Cording Sailor on the Nova Scotian
Alec Craig Editor Grant of the Morning Advertiser
Ray De Ravenne Man
Joe De Stefani Hans - Gauss' Assistant
Cyril Delevanti Cockney News Vendor
Eddie Dew Reporter
Demetris Emanuel Reporter
Gilbert Emery Lord Palmerston in Parliament
Douglas Gordon Cockney News Vendor

Producers

Hal B. Wallis Executive Producer
Henry Blanke Producer

Editors

Warren Low

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