Foreign Correspondent stars Joel McCrea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, and George Sanders in this 1940 film, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The film is about a relatively unknown reporter John Jones(McCrea), who is thrust into a life that is filled with mystery and he tries to expose the truth without being caught. I found it extremely interesting to see, Sanders play the good guy in the film. After seeing him, play the cad for so long, it was nice to see a change of character. I also thought it was rather funny to see Edmund Gwenn as bit of a villain. I can only seem to picture him as Santa Claus! I did feel that the movie was a bit too long but it was a good suspense film. I've only seen about two of Day's movies, but I do look forward to seeing more of her movies. Marshall and McCrea were both superb in the roles as hero and villain.
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