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OSS: Frank Hawthorne is an agent in World War II's Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the U.S.'s spy agency. He operates behind German lines in France with the assistance of the French Resistance and his assistant, Sergeant O'Brien.

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Released: September 22, 1957
Genres: Drama War
Director: Allan Davis
Actors: Ron Randell

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