Dangerous Crossing (1953) - Rotten Tomatoes

Dangerous Crossing (1953)

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Movie Info

This suspenseful drama, based on a John Dickson Carr novel, chronicles a honeymoon gone awry after a bride's husband suddenly disappears. She quickly discovers that her cruise ticket was made out under her maiden name, and that her "husband" never even bough one. To make matters worse, no one on board admits to ever having seen them together. Only the ship's doctor believes the distraught bride. Together they discover the truth about her husband's disappearance.

Cast

Jeanne Crain
as Ruth Stanton Bowman
Carl Betz
as John Bowman
Michael Rennie
as Dr. Paul Manning
Max Showalter
as Jim Logan
Mary Anderson
as Anna Quinn
Marjorie Hoshelle
as Kay Prentiss
Willis B. Bouchey
as Captain Peters
Yvonne Peattie
as Miss Bridges
Karl Ludwig Lindt
as Foreign Man
Stanley Andrews
as Ship Pilot
William Tannen
as Ship Officer
Harry Carter
as Attendant
Harry Seymour
as Bar Steward
Madge Blake
as Large Woman
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Critic Reviews for Dangerous Crossing

All Critics (2)

Nicely done shipboard mystery, with good plot and actors.

Full Review… | August 16, 2012
Classic Film and Television

A good old-fashioned mystery yarn.

Full Review… | September 9, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Dangerous Crossing

Still slowly but surely filling in my Film Noir viewing with little thrillers like this off the To-Watch Pile. Builds a decent amount of tension, just because it leaves you doubting what you've seen yourself after no one on this ship can corroborate the young bride's story. Worth a rental.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

I like mysteries - even 1953 B&W ones. Current mysteries have a bit more suspense though.

Red Lats
Red Lats

Super Reviewer

½

Adequate suspenser nothing more. Jeanne overacts all over the place.

jay nixon
jay nixon

Super Reviewer

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