Carol Reed – Our Man in Havana (1960)

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Our Man in Havana (1960)

Published 13 Oct 2019



ASA 🎥📽🎬 Our Man in Havana (1960) Director Carol Reed. Cast Alec Guinness, Burl Ives, Maureen O Hara, Ernie Kovacs

Synopsis | Plot

Graham Greene wrote this Witty Comedy Inspired by Cold War Paranoia. Jim Wormald (Alec Guiness) is an English Man selling Vacuum Cleaners in Cuba on the Cusp of the Revolution. Hawthorne (Noel Coward), A British Intelligence Agent, is Looking for Information on Cuban Affairs and recruits Jim to act as A Spy. Jim has No Experience in Espionage and No Useful Knowledge to Pass Along, but Hawthorne is willing to Pay for his Services, and since Jim S Daughter Milly (Jo Morrow) has Expensive Tastes, he can use the Money. To keep Hawthorne Happy (and his Pay Checks coming in), he turns in Reports on the Cuban Revolution that are Copied from Public Documents, “hiresAdditional Agents who don T exist, and presents Blue Prints of Secret Weapons that are Actually Schematics of his Carpet Sweepers. However, Hawthorne and AssociateC” (Ralph Richardson) think that Jim is doing Splendid Work and encourage him to continue. Meanwhile, Captain Segura (Ernie Kovacs), the Elegantly Corrupt Chief of Police, has been Fooled by Jim S Charade into believing he S A Real Spy and has also become Attracted to Milly.