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Hell's Five Hours (1958)

 -  Crime | Drama | Thriller  -  13 April 1958 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Stephen McNally ...
Mike Brand
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Nancy Brand
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Nash
Maurice Manson ...
Dr. Howard Culver
Robert Foulk ...
Jack Fife
Dan Sheridan ...
Ken Archer
Will J. White ...
Al Parker
Robert Christopher ...
Bill
Charles J. Conrad ...
George Knight
Ray Ferrell ...
Eric Brand
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Top suspense story of the nuclear age! See more »

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This film was paired in its initial 1958 release on a double bill with Allied Artists' Macabre (1958). See more »

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Powerful, compact nailbiter, a Vic Morrow showcase.
22 October 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw "Hell's Five Hours" in theatrical release, and I recall that it actually drew audience applause at its conclusion. Vic Morrow, three years after "Blackboard Jungle", is perfectly cast. The film exhibits the tautness and grittiness evident in Allied Artists releases of the period. It's reminiscent, of course, to "White Heat" in its tank-farm setting; but "Hell's Five Hours" stands firmly on its own, and will definitely hold your attention as the seconds tick away. Highly recommended to all.


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