GenreAction, Adventure, Drama CountryUnited States
Release date23 November 1942 WriterArthur St. Claire (story), Sherman L. Lowe (story) CastLola Lane (Vera Marova), Noel Madison (Fritz Kleiss), Howard Banks (Steve Worth), Paul Weigel (Henri Devalier) ScreenplaySherman L. Lowe, Arthur St. Claire Story bySherman L. Lowe, Arthur St. Claire Similar moviesBackground to Danger (1943), Song of Russia (1944), Mission to Moscow (1943), A Yank in Libya (1942), A Night for Crime (1943)
Miss V from Moscow is a 1942 American film.
The Miss V of the title is Vera Marova, a Soviet spy sent to Paris to impersonate her lookalike, a German spy recently liquidated by the French Resistance. As with other, better-known American films produced in the midst of World War II like Mission to Moscow and Song of Russia, the film has a pronounced pro-Soviet tone.