Stopover Tokyo

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Novelist John P. Marquand's soft-spoken Japanese detective Mr. Moto was brought to the screen in an entertaining 1930s B-picture series by 20th Century-Fox. But when the same studio purchased Marquand's novel Stopover Tokyo in 1957, Mr. Moto was totally excised from the screenplay. The film's main character is an American intelligence agent, played by Robert Wagner. Assigned to protect the US ambassador to Japan Larry Keating from assassination, Wagner is stymied by the ambassador's refusal to cooperate. This ...
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Novelist John P. Marquand's soft-spoken Japanese detective Mr. Moto was brought to the screen in an entertaining 1930s B-picture series by 20th Century-Fox. But when the same studio purchased Marquand's novel Stopover Tokyo in 1957, Mr. Moto was totally excised from the screenplay. The film's main character is an American intelligence agent, played by Robert Wagner. Assigned to protect the US ambassador to Japan Larry Keating from assassination, Wagner is stymied by the ambassador's refusal to cooperate. This makes it all the easier for communist spy Edmond O'Brien to set a time bomb in the embassy. Wagner races against time to neutralize the bomb, and in so doing loses the love of Joan Collins, who wants no part of the espionage racket. Stopover Tokyo was a rare excursion into directing by Oscar-winning screenwriter Richard L. Breen.
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Special Features

Restoration Comparison; Theatrical Trailer; Still Gallery
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/10/2007
  • UPC: 024543446422
  • Original Release: 1957
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Wagner Mark Fannon
Joan Collins Tina
Edmond O'Brien George Underwood
Ken Scott Tony Barrett
Reiko Oyama Koko
Larry Keating High Commissioner
Sarah Selby His Wife
Technical Credits
Richard L. Breen Director, Screenwriter
Charles G. Clarke Cinematographer
Marjorie Fowler Editor
Eddie Imazu Art Director
Walter Reisch Producer, Screenwriter
Paul Sawtell Score Composer
Tak Shindo Musical Direction/Supervision
Lyle Wheeler Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Stopover Tokyo
1. High Honor/Main Titles
2. Stopover Tokyo
3. Undercover
4. Saturday Night
5. Steam Bath
6. Trapped
7. Write This Down
8. Very Evident
9. Detained
10. Nobika's House
11. Koko
12. Adversaries
13. The Babysitter
14. Everything's Fine
15. Just Us
16. Garden Party
17. Deception
18. Peace Shrine
19. Against Regulations
20. Pacific Coal and Iron
21. Too Late
22. Dedication Ceremony
23. The Eternal Flame
24. Maybe
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Disc #1 -- Stopover Tokyo
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   Language Selection
      Language and Audio
         English 4.0 Dolby Surround
         Spanish Mono
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         French
         None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary by Author & Film Historian Aubrey Solomon
      Hollywood Highlights Reel
      Animated Photo Gallery
      Restoration Comparison
      Theatrical Trailer
      Interactive Pressbook
      Advertising Gallery
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