A Navy engineer, returning to the U.S. with his wife from a conference, finds himself pursued by Nazi agents, who are out to kill him. Without a word to his wife, he flees the hotel the couple is staying in and boards a ship, only to find, after the ship sails, that the agents have followed him. Written by
Albert Sanchez Moreno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Welles and Del Rio together! as Terror Man vs. Leopard Woman--for possession of a mysterious stranger in the powder-keg Middle East...a man with a military secret worth more than his love and his life!...It's menace melodrama thrilled with mighty mystery and suspense...SEE IT!
Did You Know?
When production on Journey Into Fear began, co-stars Orson Welles
and Dolores del Rio
had been having an affair for several years. Del Rio ended the relationship shortly after the film's release. See more
During the chase outside the hotel in the rain, Banat's pistol, a P-08 "Luger" runs out of ammunition but the action closes normally after he fires the last shot. This particular pistol was designed so that the action stays open after the last round is fired, giving a clear indication to the user that the gun is empty. See more
[Standing at the ship's railing, looking into the distance
Won't you join me, Mr. Graham? I'm just getting some fresh air.
To see the land from a ship, or to see a ship from the land, I used to like both, but now I dislike both. When a man reaches my age, he grows, I think, to resent subconsciously the movement of everything except the respiratory muscles which keep him alive. Movement is change. And to an old man, change means death.
Remade as Journey Into Fear
C'est mon couer
Composer unknown See more