Lautlose Waffen

Overview

Montgomery Clift made his last screen appearance in this French-produced Cold War thriller, completed shortly before his death. American scientist James Bower Clift is approached by CIA agent Adam Roddy McDowall who wants him to perform an official mission while visiting East Germany. A Russian scientist who has defected to Germany has brought with him a cache of top-secret material on microfilm, and Adam wants James to retrieve it from one Dr. Saltzer Hannes Messemer. However, James's secret plan is discovered ...
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Overview

Montgomery Clift made his last screen appearance in this French-produced Cold War thriller, completed shortly before his death. American scientist James Bower Clift is approached by CIA agent Adam Roddy McDowall who wants him to perform an official mission while visiting East Germany. A Russian scientist who has defected to Germany has brought with him a cache of top-secret material on microfilm, and Adam wants James to retrieve it from one Dr. Saltzer Hannes Messemer. However, James's secret plan is discovered by Peter Heinzman Hardy Kruger, a Russian intelligence agent determined to keep the microfilm out of American hands and turn James against his American comrades. James wants no part of Heinzman and is determined to complete his assignment, with the help of Saltzer's nurse, Frieda Macha Meril. Legendary filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard makes a rare dramatic turn in a small supporting role.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/23/2009
  • UPC: 883316126608
  • Original Release: 1966
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: B&W / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:39:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 50,147

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Montgomery Clift Prof. James Bower
Hardy Kruger Counselor Peter Heinzman
Macha Meril Frieda Hoffman
Roddy McDowall C.I.A. Agent Adam
David Opatoshu Orlovsky
Christine Delaroche Ingrid
Hannes Messemer Dr. Saltzer
Karl Lieffen The Major
Jean-Luc Godard Orlovsky's Friend
Uta Levka
Curd Jurgens
Technical Credits
Raoul J. Lévy Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Raoul Coutard Cinematographer
Roger Dwyre Editor
Peter Francke Screenwriter
Serge Gainsbourg Score Composer
Lewis Gannet Screenwriter
Robert Guenette Screenwriter
Pierre Guffroy Art Director
Albert Jurgenson Editor
Hans Jurgen Kiebach Art Director
Ernst Schomer Art Director
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