Yellow Canary

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Yellow Canary is a 1943 British drama film, directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Richard Greene and Albert Lieven. Neagle plays a British Nazi sympathizer who travels to Halifax, Canada, trailed by spies from both sides during the Second World War. read more

Yellow Canary is a 1943 British drama film, directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Richard Greene and Albert Lieven. Neagle plays a British Nazi sympathizer who travels to Halifax, Canada, trailed by spies from both sides during the Second World War. Neagle and director/producer Wilcox collaborated on a number of previous film projects.

Original Release

12/13/1943

Cast

Anna Neagle Sally Maitland
Richard Greene Lieutenant Commander Jim Garrick
Nova Pilbeam Betty Maitland
Albert Lieven Capt. Jan Orlock
Lucie Mannheim Madame Orlock
George Thorpe Colonel Charles Hargraves
Marjorie Fielding Lady Maitland
Franklin Dyall Captain Foster
Margaret Rutherford Mrs. Towcester
Claude Bailey Major Fothergill
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Herbert Wilcox

Writers

P.M. Bower, Miles Malleson, DeWitt Bodeen

Cast

Anna Neagle Sally Maitland
Richard Greene Lieutenant Commander Jim Garrick
Nova Pilbeam Betty Maitland
Albert Lieven Capt. Jan Orlock
Lucie Mannheim Madame Orlock
George Thorpe Colonel Charles Hargraves
Marjorie Fielding Lady Maitland
Franklin Dyall Captain Foster
Margaret Rutherford Mrs. Towcester
Claude Bailey Major Fothergill
Valentine Dyall German Commander
Sybilla Binder Madame Orlock's Attendant (as Sybilla Binder)
Cyril Fletcher And Introducing Entertainer
Leslie Dwyer Ship's Steward

Producers

Editors

Vera Campbell

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