Highly Dangerous (1950) Movie Details

Highly Dangerous
English
Roy Ward Baker
Richard Addinsell
Two Cities Films
(India)
1 hr 30 mins
4.9/10
Rating: 4.9/10 from 180 users

Highly Dangerous Movie Cast

Margaret Lockwood
as Frances Gray
Dane Clark
as Bill Casey
Marius Goring
as Commandant Anton Razinski
Naunton Wayne
as Mr. Hedgerley
Wilfrid Hyde-White
as Mr. Luke, British consul (as Wilfrid Hyde White)
Eugene Deckers
as Alf, the 'contact'
Olaf Pooley
as Detective-Interrogator
Gladys Henson
as Attendant
Paul Hardtmuth
as Priest
Michael Hordern
as Lab Director Owens
George Benson
as Sandwich Stand Customer
Eric Pohlmann
as Joe, the bartender

Highly Dangerous Crew List

Director :
Writer : Eric Ambler
Producer : Antony Darnborough
Executive Producer : Earl St. John
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Reginald H. Wyer
Editor : Alfred Roome

Highly Dangerous International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
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Released Date
United States
12-10-1951
India
06-12-1950

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Highly Dangerous

Highly Dangerous is a 1950 English Film stars Margaret Lockwood , Roy Ward Baker , Eric Ambler , Antony Darnborough , Earl St. John , Richard Addinsell , Reginald H. Wyer , Alfred Roome , Dane Clark , Marius Goring , Naunton Wayne , Wilfrid Hyde-White , Eugene Deckers , Olaf Pooley , Gladys Henson , Paul Hardtmuth , Michael Hordern , George Benson , Eric Pohlmann , directed by Roy Ward Baker & music by Richard Addinsell.