'The Stranger' - Movie Review

Orson Welles directed and starred in this movie, in which he plays an unrepentant Nazi hiding in a small American town. He's approached by a former Nazi colleague who has found God ... who he murders and buries in the woods. So he can run back to his wedding to a nice American girl (Loretta Young) that very day. Unfortunately, his former colleague was followed by a War Crimes Commission investigator (Edward G. Robinson) who begins snooping around town.

The pressure builds slowly throughout. It's not really a mystery, as we saw the murder at the beginning: the question is, will he kill anyone else and will he be caught. I found some of it quite interesting, but some of it intensely stupid - such as their deliberate endangerment of the new wife. Overall, a fairly mediocre film.