Stopover Tokyo (3-Dec-1957)|
Director: Richard L. Breen
Writers: Richard L. Breen; Walter Reisch
From novel: Stopover: Tokyo by John P. Marquand
Keywords: Drama, Espionage, Japan
An American counter-intelligence agent is sent as a courier to postwar Tokyo, but his contact is murdered shortly hands over his package. He uncovers a plot to assassinate the High Commissioner, somehow becoming romantically entangled with a receptionist who is dating a fellow spy. A slow moving plot, bad acting, and poor dialogue spoil the film, which has more romance than espionage.
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