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|Directed by||Charles Lamont|
|Written by||Arthur Hoerl, from a Monroe Shaff story|
|Produced by||Franklyn Warner|
|Distributed by||Grand National Pictures|
Philip Waring, the head of a listening agency in Washington D.C., is dedicated to breaking up a foreign radio-spy ring. He enlists his naval-officer brother and tangles with beautiful spies.
- Leon Ames as Philip Waring
- Charlotte Wynters as Helen Lane
- Joan Woodbury as Therese Brahm
- Don Dillaway as Paul Waring
- Gustav von Seyffertitz as Albert Grood
- Tenen Holtz as Simon Herrick
- Walter Bonn as Anton Decker
- Si Wills as Lt. Clarke
- George Lynn as Lt. Tydall
- Jason Robards as Ellsworth
- Sidney Miller as Jimmy
- Hooper Atchley as Commander Nash
- Robert Frazer as Paul's counsel
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