Stopover Tokyo

1957

Stopover Tokyo

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Movie Info

In this film, Robert Wagner plays an American intelligence agent. Assigned to protect the U.S. ambassador to Japan from assassination, Wagner is stymied by the ambassador's refusal to cooperate. This makes it all the easier for communist spy Edmond O'Brien to set a time bomb in the embassy.

Cast

Robert Wagner
as Mark Fannon
Joan Collins
as Tina Llewellyn
Edmond O'Brien
as George Underwood
Ken Scott
as Tony Barrett
Larry Keating
as High Commissioner
Sarah Selby
as His Wife
H. Okhawa
as Lt. Afumi
K.J. Seijto
as Katsura
Demmei Susuki
as Capt. Masao
Michei Miura
as Prima Donna
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Critic Reviews for Stopover Tokyo

All Critics (1) | Rotten (1)

  • The sluggish pace, dearth of drama, and remarkable lack of chemistry between the leads leave us entirely on the outside looking in as this exotically-located tale unfolds.

    Aug 22, 2007 | Rating: 52/100

Audience Reviews for Stopover Tokyo

  • Jan 30, 2012
    Not bad espionage film with a weak resolution. It does have some strong actors in Edmond O'Brien and Joan Collins but Robert Wagner is vapid in the lead and it hurts the film. Speaking of Joan she is absolutely stunning here and dressed to accentuate her beauty to its utmost.
    jay n Super Reviewer

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