Fire Down Below (1957)

Fire Down Below (1957)





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Old friends and business associates Tony (Jack Lemmon) and Felix (Robert Mitchum) are getting along swimmingly until an attractive woman named Irena (Rita Hayworth) creates a discord between the allies and disrupts their Caribbean smuggling operation. When an envious Felix betrays Tony, the two friends engage in a bitter fight for the girl, the business and their pride, but ultimately realize that their friendship is most important of all.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Drama
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Sony Pictures Entertainment

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Herbert Lom
as Harbour Master
Bonar Colleano
as Lt. Sellars
Bernard Lee
as Dr. Sam
Edric Connor
as Jimmy Jean
Peter Illing
as Captain
Joan Miller
as Mrs. Canaday
Eric Pohlmann
as Hotel Owner
Vivian Matalon
as US Sailor
Gordon Tanner
as US Sailor
Maurice Kaufmann
as US Sailor
Lionel Murton
as American
Murray Kash
as Bartender
Maya Koumani
as Waitress
Philip Baird
as Young Man
Phillip Baird
as Young Man
Keith Banks
as Drunken Young Man
Dean Moster
as Dancer
Greta Remin
as Dancer
Lorna Wood
as Dancer
Barbara Lane
as Dancer
Brian Blades
as Dancer
Gina Chare
as Dancer
Shirley Rus
as Dancer
Anatole Smirnoff
as Other Dancer
Terry Shelton
as Other Dancer
Robert Nelson
as Other Dancer
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Critic Reviews for Fire Down Below

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Full Review… | March 25, 2009
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Full Review… | March 24, 2006
New York Times
Top Critic

The film gets right the Caribbean atmosphere (filmed in Trinidad) but nearly drowns over its turgid melodramatics and how perfunctory it's all played out.

Full Review… | June 14, 2008
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

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February 18, 2004
Boxoffice Magazine

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