Betrayed is an espionage thriller set in the Dutch resistance movement during World War II.
Dutch intelligence agent Pieter Deventer (Clark Gable) is ordered to keep his eyes on suspected quisling Fran Seelers (Lana Turner). Both Deventer and Seelers join the Dutch underground, making contact with a flamboyant resistance leader known as “The Scarf” (Victor Mature).
As ‘Carla Van Oven’, Seelers’ assignment is to use her feminine charms to gain the confidence of admiring Nazi officers. Within the next few weeks, several underground operatives are captured and shot, and it begins to look as though Deventer’s suspicions concerning Seelers are correct. —Wikipedia
Gottfried Reinhardt (20 March 1911 – 19 July 1994) was an Austrian (naturalized American) film director and producer.
He was born in Berlin the son of the Austrian theater director Max Reinhardt (until 1904: Max Goldmann), manager of the Deutsches Theater, and his first wife Else Heims. Gottfried attended the Französisches Gymnasium Berlin and began his career as an actor and director at his father’s stage.
In 1932 he went on a study visit to the US, where he remained after the Nazi Machtergreifung in Germany on 30 January 1933. In Hollywood he became assistant director of Ernst Lubitsch, later a production assistant at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, contributing to the making of the 1938 film The Great Waltz. In 1941 he produced Two-Faced Woman starring Greta Garbo in her final film role. A naturalized American, he served in the US Army in World War II.
Reinhardt gave his debut as a director with Invitation in 1952. Two years later he again worked in Germany;… read more