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Five Steps to Danger (1957)

Five Steps to Danger (1957)

Five Steps to Danger





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In this espionage drama, a vacationing man whose car breaks down en rout to a fishing place is picked up by a fleeing Russian spy en route to give important information to a scientist. Unbeknownst to either of them, they are being hunted by communist spies. Fortunately, they fail, and the information is delivered.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Henry S. Kesler
In Theaters:
United Artists


Sterling Hayden
as John Emmett
Ruth Roman
as Ann Hemple Nicholson
Werner Klemperer
as Dr. Frederick Simmon...
Richard Gaines
as Dean Brant
Jeanne Cooper
as Helen Bethke
Peter Hansen
as Karl Plesser
Peter Hanson
as Karl Plesser
John Merrick
as Sheriff
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All Critics (1)

An engaging Cold War spy story that's still chilling despite being ridiculous and unevenly directed.

Full Review… | May 11, 2015
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Audience Reviews for Five Steps to Danger

Awesome film Noir movie about russian and German spys trying to get plans for a wepon that a doctor in german was working on. Ann is a woman who desperately needs to get to Sante Fe. John is on vacation and with his car out of commission agrees to help Ann drive. John's a nice enough guy, and soon finds out that there is more to Ann than meets the eye. There are cops, CIA, FBI, switched identifies, and a plot full of twists and turns.
5 Stars 3-22-13

Bruce Bruce

Super Reviewer

Entertaining chase drama with a cold war twist. Ruth Roman gives an excellent portrait of a woman pursued, intellegent and capable with an underlying edge of hysteria since she's not completely sure of what's happening. The romantic subplot is the weakest part of the story but part of that is due to having that stolid block of wood Sterling Hayden in the lead. A stronger actor would have made this even better.

jay nixon

Super Reviewer

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