The Master Plan (1954 film)
The Master Plan is a 1954 British film noir drama film directed by Cy Endfield and starring Norman Wooland, Tilda Thamar and real-life war hero Wayne Morris. It is set at the headquarters of NATO. It is based on a teleplay Operation North Star by Harald Bratt. It was made at Southall Studios.
|The Master Plan|
|Directed by||Cy Endfield|
|Produced by||Charles Leeds|
|Screenplay by||Cy Endfield|
|Based on||Operation North Star|
by Harald Bratt
|Edited by||Jim Connock|
|Distributed by||Grand National Pictures|
|15 August 1954|
Following WW II, a U.S. army officer stationed in West Germany is assigned with keeping classified information away from the Communists. Unfortunately, Red spies know that he suffers from sudden black-outs and use this to hypnotise him, and make it appear that he is a traitor.
- Norman Wooland as Colonel Mark Cleaver
- Tilda Thamar as Helen Quaid
- Wayne Morris as Major Thomas Brent
- Mary Mackenzie as Miss Gray
- Arnold Bell as General Harry Goulding
- Marjorie Stewart as Yvonne Goulding
- Laurie Main as Johnny Orwell
- Frederick Schrecker as Doctor Morganstern
- Richard Marner as Man (uncredited)
- Alan Tilvern as Otto Szimek (uncredited)
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- "The Master Plan (1955) - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, Showtimes and Cast". AllMovie. Retrieved 10 May 2014.