Cipher Bureau is a 1938 American film directed by Charles Lamont.
Leon Ames plays the head of a listening agency in Washington DC dedicated to breaking up a foreign radio-spy ring, enlisting his naval-officer brother, and tangling with beautiful spies. The film was successful enough to cause a sequel, Panama Patrol
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