49th Man

49th Man

Director: Fred Sears

Cast: Fred Sears, John Ireland, Richard Denning, Suzanne Dalbert

     
 

U.S. security agent John Ireland suspects that someone is smuggling atomic devices into America. When he makes his report, Ireland is assured by his superiors that nothing untoward is going on. In fact, the higher-ups have had the wool pulled over their eyes by a clever Communist saboteur, who is assembling a super-bomb, with plans to detonate the doomsday weapon… See more details below

Overview

U.S. security agent John Ireland suspects that someone is smuggling atomic devices into America. When he makes his report, Ireland is assured by his superiors that nothing untoward is going on. In fact, the higher-ups have had the wool pulled over their eyes by a clever Communist saboteur, who is assembling a super-bomb, with plans to detonate the doomsday weapon somewhere in the States. If we had to have cold-war thrillers, replete with Commie bad guys wearing baggy suits and calling everyone "Comrade," it's too bad that all of these films weren't as entertaining as Columbia's The 49th Man. The original story was written by Ivan Tors, later the producer of such classic TV series as Science Fiction Theater and Sea Hunt.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/02/2012
UPC:
0043396411074
Original Release:
1953
Rating:
NR
Source:
Sony Pictures Home
Presentation:
[B&W]
Sales rank:
64,161

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Ireland John Williams
Richard Denning Paul Reagan
Suzanne Dalbert Margo Wayne
Robert Foulk Cmdr. Jackson
Richard Avonde Buzz Olin
William R. Klein Lester
Cicely Browne Blonde Woman
Tommy Farrell Reynolds
Joseph Mell Man
Robert Hunter Andre
Peter Marshall Leo Wayne
George Milan Dave Norton
Genevieve Aumont Singer
Chris Alcaide Manning
Michael Colgan Gray
Jean del Val Maurice Ledoux
George Dee Pierre Neff
Michael Connors Lt. Magrew

Technical Credits
Fred Sears Director
George Cooper Sound/Sound Designer
Harry J. Essex Screenwriter
Sam Katzman Producer
William Lyon Editor
Paul Palmentola Art Director
Ivan Tors Original Story
Lester White Cinematographer

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