Camp fan alert: Here's another feature in the "So Bad It's Good" genre. Though barely a year into the war, Warner Bros. apparently ran out of plots for WW II films. Somewhere they got the idea for this inane piece of junk; a small British mining village is being sabotaged by a mysterious
stranger. The locals don't know who is responsible until at last the stranger is discovered--the headless ghost of a Nazi! The actors are more than a little embarrassed as they go through the motions, though Willis gives a surprisingly realistic portrayal of the village idiot. Makes you wonder.
The direction is very serious, as though this were CASABLANCA quality. A classic in bad ...