In a story based on actual events, Nazi spies in New York City try to recruit German-American college student Bill Dietrich (William Eythe) at the height of World War II. Dietrich instead offers his services to the FBI as a double agent. Infiltrating the spy ring, which is headquartered in an East 92nd Street townhouse, Dietrich must contend with the house's beautiful owner (Signe Hasso) and, ultimately, a cache of smuggled atomic secrets that could derail the entire American war effort.
The House On 92nd Street considered as one of the greates Movies of all times. That Movie won Academy Award Writing (Original Motion Picture Story) in 1945. This was Louis De Rochemont’s 3rd Movie. The House On 92nd Street was one of this most popular pieces. This was Henry Hathaway’s 3rd Movies in this genre. His most popular Movie was How The West Was Won. If you liked that Movie, you should also try Foreign Correspondent, T-Men, and Night Train to Munich.