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  • Gerda Maurus, a silent screen Barbara Bain!

    • Al Parker
    • 11/8/10

    'Spies' is an interesting film in the Fritz Lang tradition. Visually very compelling. The female lead, Gerda Maurus, is amazingly like Barbara Bain in her 'Mission Impossible' days. It's kind of eerie considering the common spy/gadget/disguise themes. Come to think of it, Gerda's evil, wheelchair-bound spymaster could have been played by Martin Landau if a remake had been done in the mid-60s. At any rate, TCM please keep the restored silent films coming!

  • Spies (1928)

    • James Higgins
    • 2/20/10

    It's certainly an amazing film with many of Fritz Lang's usual flair and touches. Excellent art direction. Rodolph Klein-Rogge, Willy Fritsch and Gerda Maurus (those haunting eyes!)give fine performances, but some of the acting is too expressive and melodramatic. It is very hard to get through the film though. Way too long at 2 hours and 23 minutes. It is visually remarkable but also downright boring at times.

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