Rip Reardon, ex-Army flier, returns to his home in French Morocco and finds his wife dead, and he suspects she has been murdered. Police Colonel Moussac insists she committed suicide. Rip ...
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The conflict between duty and conscience is explored in this WWII drama. Alan Ladd stars as Naval gunnery sergeant Alec Austin, a Quaker whose sincere pacifist sentiments do not sit well ... See full summary »
Brothers Giancarlo and Ernesto Barandero have crossed illegally from Italy into France. Older Giancarlo is the practical protector, while younger Ernesto is the sensitive idealist albeit ... See full summary »
A young but poor Casanova who inherits from his deceased uncle--the king of gravy--nothing but a small island in the Aegean, meets a beautiful islander and her mother who holds an unexpected secret that may fulfil everyone's dreams.
Rip Reardon, ex-Army flier, returns to his home in French Morocco and finds his wife dead, and he suspects she has been murdered. Police Colonel Moussac insists she committed suicide. Rip begins to suspect not only his friends but also a mysterious brunette, Ynez, a Casbah night-club singer with whom he begins to fall in love. Repeated efforts to kill Rip are made but he ultimately finds the evidence which sends him gunning against the killer...but is he mistaken?Written by
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The all white aircraft flown and crash landed by Anthony Newley in the film was Auster J/1 Autocrat G-AHAP and there is a photograph taken of the aircraft at Elstree available. To hid its original identity and place it in context the G was replaced with an F, making it a French registered aircraft. See more »
When Rip is checking the report of his wife's death at the Police Station, it is written in English rather than French which would surely have been the case since the action takes place in Morocco. See more »
When a thriller has two songs in the opening quarter of an hour you know you are going to have a problem.Add to this a very bland leading man and you have a recipe for boredom.Additionally the climax is a real letdown.So the only real plus is the excellent colour cinematography.James Haynes features for once as a villain.
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