The Two-Headed Spy

The Two-Headed Spy

The Two-Headed Spy was a 1958 spy thriller, set in World War II. It starred Jack Hawkins and was directed by Andre De Toth. It also starred Gia Scala, Erik Schumann and Alexander Knox.

Hawkins plays Gen. Alex Schottland, a high ranking German officer who is actually Alexander Scotland, a British agent. Scotland was listed as technical advisor to the movie, and the movie was loosely based on his experience.

References

*Internet Movie Database, [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0052327]


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