The Lady from Lisbon

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Released 1942

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The Lady from Lisbon

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Director:
Leslie S Hiscott
Released:
1942
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The Lady from Lisbon is an enthralling tale about a young, wanna-be spy, Tamara (Jane Carr) who travels through Lisbon as she searches for a famous painting. Tamara learns from her sources that the Nazis have stolen the famous Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece, Mona Lisa, from its home and she decides to travel to Lisbon to search for the missing painting. Tamara soon realizes that something fishy is going on because she begins to find multiple copies of the iconic painting and cannot seem to find the correct one. This movie is full of drama and action as Tamara travels through the streets of a foreign country hoping to find a beloved piece of artwork that will give her the recognition to finally become a true spy under command of her country. This film is also full of witty dialogue and has some comedic aspects that will keep the audience interested.

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