A WW II spy picture stars Neagle as an accused Nazi spy on a ship bound for Nova Scotia, though she's really a British agent. With the help of her assistant, Greene, who pretends to be following her, Neagle exposes a plot to blow up a Halifax shipping harbor. One of countless espionage
films that cluttered up screens on both sides of the Atlantic, THE YELLOW CANARY was a hopelessly muddled attempt to fuse art and patriotism from the husband and wife team of Wilcox and Neagle.
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