The mask of Dimitrios, Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. presents ; a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; screen play by Frank Gruber ; produced by Henry Blanke ; directed by Jean Negulesco
The work The mask of Dimitrios, Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. presents ; a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; screen play by Frank Gruber ; produced by Henry Blanke ; directed by Jean Negulesco represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in San Francisco Public Library.

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  • JbdUs1Cvbh8
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  • The mask of Dimitrios, Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. presents ; a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; screen play by Frank Gruber ; produced by Henry Blanke ; directed by Jean Negulesco
Main title
  • The mask of Dimitrios
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  • Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. presents ; a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; screen play by Frank Gruber ; produced by Henry Blanke ; directed by Jean Negulesco
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  • eng
Summary
  • When the body of Dimitrios Makropoulos (Zachary Scott) washes ashore in Istanbul, there is cause for celebration all across Europe. The devious sociopath has left as his legacy an array of crimes including blackmail, thievery, murder and high treason. Interested in chronicling the dead man's unscrupulous exploits, mystery writer Cornelius Leyden (Lorre) takes up his trail, aided by a mysterious man named Peters (Greenstreet). But as Leyden zeroes in on the truth about Dimitrios, he finds that his new associate has an ulterior motive in helping him-- with Leyden as the unwitting accomplice!
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  • videorecording
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  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 847228169
Runtime
  • 95
Series statement
  • Film noir archive collection
Technique
  • live action
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