Stopover Tokyo

1957, Drama, 1h 40m

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U.S. Intelligence Officer Mark Fannon (Robert Wagner) is dispatched to postwar Tokyo to protect a high-profile American diplomat from possible assassination. The routine assignment takes a hazardous turn for Fannon when he uncovers a deadly plot by double agent George Underwood (Edmond O'Brien) to not only murder the diplomat but also blow up the U.S. Embassy. Now Fannon, his partner and his receptionist, Tina Llewellyn (Joan Collins), must move quickly to thwart Underwood's diabolical plot.

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