Joan of Paris DVD
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This is a WWII story. The Germans are occupying France and patrolling the streets of Paris. German agents are plain-clothed to spy on the activities of the citizens.
Paul Henreid is a British pilot downed in France. He's trying to contact the Underground for help. Thomas Mitchell is the priest that is hiding Paul's buddy airmen.
A German stands next to Paul having coffee in a Cafe. He spills his coffee to distract the German while making an escape. He hides in an apartment behind the Cafe. It happens to belong to the waitress, Michele Morgan.
She is about to change her dress soaked in coffee. Paul comes out of the closet, apologizes. He gives her money to replace the dress.
The money was stolen from a German soldier, he doesn't realize it is traceable. Michele buys a new dress. Now, the Germans are following her too.
Paul has Michele distract the Germans into following her while he contacts a lead he has to get to the Underground folks. The underground visits Michele with information of their plans.
I'll stop here. Did the British escape? Women can be more brave than men! I invite you to see this.
It was done in film noir style. It's in glorious Black & White with good versus bad theme. Copyrighted in 1942, before Color was inexpensive.