Title : 49th Parallel
Genre : Adventure, Drama, Thriller, War
Cast : Laurence Olivier (Johnnie - the Trapper), Leslie Howard (Philip Armstrong Scott), Eric Portman (Lieutenant Hirth), Raymond Lovell (Lieutenant Kuhnecke), Richard George (Kommandant Bernsdorff), Niall MacGinnis (Vogel), Peter Moore (Kranz), John Chandos (Lohrmann), Finlay Currie (The Factor), Adolf Wohlbrück (Peter), Glynis Johns (Anna), Raymond Massey (Andy Brock), Basil Appleby (Jahner), Ley On (Nick - the Eskimo), Charles Victor (Andreas), Frederick Piper (David), Tawera Moana (George - the Indian), Eric Clavering (Art), Charles Rolfe (Bob), Theodore Salt (A United States Customs Officer), O.W. Fonger (A United States Customs Officer), George Alexander (Cameo), Robert Beatty (RCMP Mountie in Alberta (voice)), Elisabeth Bergner (Anna), Eric Berry (Nazi Radio Announcer), Gron Davies (Officer on Submarine), Leslie Falardeau (Aviator on Seaplane), Lionel Grose (Undetermined Role), Jack Hynes (Aviator on Seaplane), Stuart Latham (Second Nazi Radio Announcer), Norman Luxton (Man in fringed jacket on balcony at Banff Indian Day), Vincent Massey (Prologue Narrator (voice)), Percy Parsons (Hi-Jacked Canadian Motorist), Gerry Wilmot (Canadian Radio Announcer)
Movie Plot : A damaged U-boat is stranded in a Canadian bay in the early years of World War II. The Fanatical Nazi captain and his crew must reach the neutral United States or be captured. Along the way they meet a variety of characters each with their own views on the war and nationalism.