Saboteur

When sabotage destroys part of an aircraft plant, plant worker Barry Kane (Cummings) is falsely blamed for the crime. Determined to clear his name, he sets out to track down the man he believes to be the actual saboteur, the mysterious Mr. Fry (Llyod). He chases Fry across the western deserts to New York, where the two men confront each other atop the Statue of Liberty.

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Charles Tobin: I can assure you that contrary to what is supposed and to what he may himself have told you, that young man is certainly not one of his country's enemies.
Mrs. Sutton: Charles, you're joking.
Charles Tobin: I mean exactly what I say. Mr. Kane is definitely no part of our little organization.

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The closeup of the Soda City calendar shows a much heavier coating of spider webs than the previous shot.

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Trivia

Director Alfred Hitchcock has a cameo role in this film - he is seen standing in front of Cut Rate Drugs where Barry Kane is taken upon arrival in New York City.

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