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This article is about the short film. For other uses, see Agent Carter (disambiguation).
Agent Carter (short film) poster
Agent Carter (short film) title card

On-screen title card.

Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter, or simply Agent Carter, is a 2013 direct-to-video short film, and the third in the Marvel One-Shots series. It was produced by Marvel Studios to be exclusive on the Blu-ray release of Iron Man 3, distributed by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on September 24, 2013. It was directed by Louis D'Esposito, from a screenplay by Eric Pearson.

Agent Carter resulted in ABC commissioning the second Marvel Cinematic Universe TV series, also called Agent Carter. The timeline of the short film and the series greatly conflict with each other. Although the former has been confirmed to either to take place before or even during the TV series (the first episode even uses flashbacks to this One-Shot), they are both initially set in 1946, with the One-Shot dealing with S.S.R. Agent Carter dealing with the loss of Steve Rogers, and recruited to S.H.I.E.L.D. effective immediately, where as the TV series takes place between 1946-1947, with still S.S.R. Agent Carter dealing with and moving on after losing Rogers.

Briefing

World War II has ended and Peggy Carter is stuck at her desk by her sexist boss, Flynn. When Peggy is alone at night at the office, she answers a call about the mysteries Zodiac, which she is sent to retrieve.

Debriefing

Cast

Performers Characters
Starring
Hayley Atwell Agent Peggy Carter
Bradley Whitford Agent John Flynn
Supporting
Dominic Cooper Howard Stark
Other
Shane Black (voice) Man on phone
Tim Trobec Hefty guard
Jon Barinholtz Analyst
Anthony Molinari Guard #1
Jess King Guard #2
Mark Wagner Goon #1
David Hutchison Goon #2
Jacob McCafferty Goon #3
Tim Sitarz Head goon
Neal McDonough Dum Dum Dugan
Lindsey Gort Poolside woman #1
Sarah Schreiber Poolside woman #2

Notes

  • The film follows the events of Captain America: The First Avenger.
  • The short and the first season of the TV series, follow the same basic concept of trying to complete a mission assigned to her behind the back of the S.S.R., only with Howard Stark himself needing help, instead of some mysterious voice on a phone, and very different outcomes for Peggy.

See also

External links

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