Your donation is very important to us.
When originally released in England, Dark Journey bore the title The Anxious Years.
Plot: During World War I, a German spy and a British spy meet and fall in love.
Director: Victor Saville
Producers: Victor Saville and Alexander Korda
The film play: Lajos Biro
Scenario and dialogues: Arthur Wimperis
Settings: Andre Andrejew
Photographs: Georges Perinal and Harry Stradling
Costumes: Rene Hubert
Film editor: Hugh Stewart
Technical adviser: L. Stackell
Music: Richard Adinsell
Musical Director: Muir Mathieson
Sound Director: A. W. Watkins
Sound Recordist: Charles Testo
Opened: March 28, 1937 in London, UK; April 2, 1937 in USA
Reissued: in 1953 as The Anxious Years
Starring: Vivien Leigh (Madeleine Goddard), Conrad Veidt (Baron Karl Von Marwitz), Joan Gardner (Lupita), Anthony Bushell (Bob Carter), Ursula Jeans (Gertrude), and Eliot Makeham (Anatole)
Los Angeles Times; Oct. 13, 1937: "Dark Journey" Due Tomorrow
An adventure story, "Dark Journey," starring Conrad Veidt and Vivien Leigh, opens tomorrow at the Four Star Theater. Written by Lajos Biro, the tale was adapted to the screen by Arthur Wimperis. The picture was directed and produced by Victor Saville.
The story centers about a Madeleine Goddard and her dress shop in Stockholm. Among those in the supporting cast are Joan Gardner, Anthony Bushell, Ursula Jeans and Margery Pickford.
The Spectator film critic: Vivien as a pretty, innocent little spyess whole acting, like that of the rest of a company, is good without being brilliant.
Photos: Visit the Photo gallery
Back to Movies