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    Stranger, The (1946) — (Movie Clip) There Is No Franz Kindler!

    Director and star Orson Welles opens with Edward G. Robinson as Nazi hunter Wilson, demanding the release of Meinke (Konstantin Shayne), in hopes he’ll lead him to a major fugitive, quickly to South America where Lillian Molieri assists, in The Stranger, 1946, also starring Loretta Young.

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Stranger, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) There Is No...
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