I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.

Release Date:
May 5, 1951
Running Time:
1:23
Genre:
Docudrama
Director:
Gordon Douglas
Cast:
Frank Lovejoy Matt Cvetic
Dorothy Hart Eve Merrick
Philip Carey Mason
Richard Webb Ken Crowley
James Millican Jim Blandon
Ron Hagerthy Dick Cvetic
Paul Picerni Joe Cvetic
Frank Gerstle Tom Cvetic (uncredited)
Russ Conway Frank Cvetic (uncredited)
Hope Kramer Ruth Cvetic
Kasia Orzazekski Mrs. Cvetic (uncredited)
Eddie Norris Harmon
Ann Morrison Miss Nova (uncredited)
Konstantin Shayne Gerhardt Eisler
Roy Roberts Father Novac (uncredited)
Paul McGuire FBI Agent McIntyre (uncredited)
Producers:
Bryan Foy
Language:
English

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I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.

During the ''Red Scare'' of the 1950s, FBI agent and Slovenian-American Matt Cvetic poses as a Communist to infiltrate the U.S. Communist Party. Unable to tell his friends and family about the undercover mission, Matt is deemed a traitor to his country and condemned by everyone close to him. Although Matt often doubts his dangerous task, he remains undercover to bring the Communists to justice and protect a faltering member from her vindictive party.

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