Highly Dangerous

Overview

Britain's Margaret Lockwood is teamed with Hollywood's Dane Clark in Highly Dangerous. Set in a mythical Iron Curtain country, the film casts Lockwood as an entomologist who hopes to stop a planned volley of bacteriological warfare. Facing danger at every turn, our heroine is rescued time and again by a two-fisted American reporter Clark. The story culminates in a glass-enclosed hothouse, where the two protagonists race against time to neutralize thousands of poisonous insects. One bizarre sequence finds a ...
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Overview

Britain's Margaret Lockwood is teamed with Hollywood's Dane Clark in Highly Dangerous. Set in a mythical Iron Curtain country, the film casts Lockwood as an entomologist who hopes to stop a planned volley of bacteriological warfare. Facing danger at every turn, our heroine is rescued time and again by a two-fisted American reporter Clark. The story culminates in a glass-enclosed hothouse, where the two protagonists race against time to neutralize thousands of poisonous insects. One bizarre sequence finds a drug-benumbed Lockwood imagining herself as the star of a popular British radio serial! Future Saint mentor Roy Baker directed from a script supplied by no less than Eric Ambler.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/7/2012
  • UPC: 089859876622
  • Original Release: 1950
  • Source: Vci Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Academy Aperture (1.37:1)
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 40,593

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Margaret Lockwood Frances Gray
Dane Clark Bill Casey
Marius Goring Anton Razinski
Naunton Wayne Hedgerley
Michael Hordern Rawlings
Eugene Deckers Alf
Wilfrid Hyde-White Luke
Olaf Pooley Assistant
Jill Balcon Wardress
George Benson Customer
Ernest Butcher
Anton Diffring
Patric Doonan Customs Man
John Gabriel
Paul Hardtmuth Priest
Joan Haythorne Judy
Gladys Henson Attendant
John Horsley
Noel Johnson Voice Only
Anthony Newley Operator
Eric Pohlmann Joe
Toni Frost
Michael Ritterman
Muir Mathieson Conductor
Technical Credits
Roy Ward Baker Director
Richard Addinsell Score Composer
Eric Ambler Screenwriter
Anthony Darnborough Producer
David Harcourt Cinematographer
Alfred Roome Editor
Earl St. John Executive Producer
Reginald Wyer Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Rank Collection: Highly Dangerous
1. Insects [7:35]
2. The Assignment [8:47]
3. The Contact [5:31]
4. The Reporter [7:25]
5. Country Drive [4:32]
6. Interrogation [8:06]
7. The Plan [5:59]
8. Fire! [7:45]
9. Breaking In [7:14]
10. Escaping [6:51]
11. On the Run [8:19]
12. Customs [6:31]
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