Hollywood Spies

Hollywood Spies

Hollywood Spies is a TV movie starring Craig Detweiler, Tony Maietta, and Jonna Mendez. During the 1930s anti-Semitism was rampant not only in Germany but also in America. There was a German American Bund and pro-Nazi rallies even...

Other Titles
Les Espions qui venaient d'Hollywood
Running Time
53 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Clara Kuperberg, Julia Kuperberg
Julia Kuperberg, Clara Kuperberg
Deborah Plisko, Tony Maietta, Craig Detweiler, Jonna Mendez
USA, France
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Hollywood Spies» (21)

Kathleen avatar

During the 1930s anti-Semitism was rampant not only in Germany but also in America. There was a German American Bund and pro-Nazi rallies even filled Madison Square Gardens in New York City. And the US was isolationist. Until Pearl Harbor, then, everything changed. Spymasters throughout the 20th century, and particularly during times of conflict, thought it advantageous to enlist the services of celebrities who had high level and powerful "fans" in various industries, many with easy access to politicians and high ranking government officials. Hollywood, as we now know from declassified National Archive documents, aided in the mobilization for war and its people contributed as spies, combatants, propagandists, documentary and fund-raisers, entertainers, and morale- boosters. Hundreds of celebrities eagerly answered the "call to arms" and brought their talents and patriotism to the intelligence services, military and war information offices. In the wake of Pearl Harbor President Franklin Roosevelt by executive order formed in June 1942 the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of today's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). In the National Archives we discover that stars as Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Leslie Howard, Josephine Baker, John Ford and many more, were spies for the Allies, and changed the curse of the war. They did amazing things, dangerous things, and their fame was their asset. This untold story is very accurate and relevant still today.

Ronald S. avatar
Ronald S.

From the beginning to the very end, the Les Espions qui venaient d'Hollywood is interesting and enjoyable!

Bryan avatar

I really enjoyed this Movie.

Alice avatar

I enjoyed everything and every moment. Craig Detweiler again proves why he's one of the cinema's masters.

Katherine O. avatar
Katherine O.

Love this movie!! One of Tony Maietta and Craig Detweiler best movies in my opinion.

Samantha W. avatar
Samantha W.

Superb acting, excellent story-line, great flow. I highly recommend!

Samantha avatar

Love this movie. The main character is such an awesome character.

Vincent avatar

This was ten times better than I thought it would be.

Amanda B. avatar
Amanda B.

I loved this movie! It was refreshing!

Andrea avatar

Excellent cast and writing.

Evelyn avatar

I'm still reeling from the screening I just got out of. I enjoyed the experience of this movie. Craig Detweiler , well.. his acting was great, can't say he is looking much like himself in this one..