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Category: Film-Noir
All Genres: Film-Noir, Adventure
Release Year: 1952
Country: USA
Runtime: 81
Rating: 6.7 (0)
Languages: English, Cantonese, Japanese
Director: Josef von SternbergNicholas Ray
Sound: Mono

  • A sultry chanteuse, a hunk on the lam and a fortune in stolen gems.
  • DANGEROUS PARADISE! (original print ad – all caps)

  • Writing by: George Bricker – uncredited
    Edward Chodorov – uncredited
    Norman Katkov – uncredited
    Frank L. Moss – uncredited
    Walter Newman – dialogue (uncredited)
    Stanley Rubin – writer
    Bernard C. Schoenfeld – writer
    Robert Creighton Williams – story (as Bob Williams)

    Produced by: Samuel Bischoff – executive producer
    Alex Gottlieb – producer
    Howard Hughes – executive producer (uncredited)

    Cast: Robert Mitchum – Nick Cochran
    Jane Russell – Julie Benson
    William Bendix – Lawrence C. Trumble
    Thomas Gomez – Lt. Sebastian
    Gloria Grahame – Margie
    Brad Dexter – Vincent Halloran
    Edward Ashley – Martin Stewart
    Philip Ahn – Itzumi
    Vladimir Sokoloff – Kwan Sum Tang
    Everett Glass – Garcia (unconfirmed)
    Abdullah Abbas – Arabian (uncredited)

    Music: Anthony Collins
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    Plot Outline: A sultry night club singer, a man who has also traveled to many exotic ports and a salesman meet aboard…
    Plot: A sultry night club singer, a man who has also traveled to many exotic ports and a salesman meet aboard ship on the 45-mile trip from Hong Kong to Macao. The singer is quickly hired by an American expatriate who runs the biggest casino in Macao and has a thriving business in converting hot jewels into cash. Her new boss thinks one of her traveling companions is a cop. One is — but not the one the boss suspects.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Jagloms highly experimental sense of montage continues well into the closing credits, cutting between Orson Welles hysterical laugh, aerial shots of the roof, the younger Noah in the window and older Noah leaning on the jukebox staring directly into the camera as the credits roll on the left side.

    Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When the pinhead henchman drops the cage of little people, they are seen completely escaping; yet a moment later they are seen escaping again from a different angle.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

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