Appointment with Danger (1951)

 


 

ALAN LADD as the U.S. Mail's ace agent smashes the biggest mail robbery plan in history! See »

Relentless postal inspector Al Goddard is set to Gary, Indiana, when another officer is murdered. He must find the nun who witnessed the murder, then infiltrate the gang by convincing them he is a postal inspector gone bad.

Written by
Ed Stephan <[email protected]>

Genre: Drama,Film-Noir

Appointment with Danger (1951)
   
Release Date: 11 June 1951 (West Germany)
Country: USA
Director: Lewis Allen
Cast:
  • Alan Ladd
  • Phyllis Calvert
  • Paul Stewart
  • Jan Sterling
  • Jack Webb
  • Stacy Harris
  • Harry Morgan
  • David Wolfe
  • Dan Riss
  • Geraldine Wall
  • George J. Lewis
  • Paul Lees
  • Sid Tomack
  • Murray Alper


3 Responses to Appointment with Danger (1951)

  1. slazenger_7
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    I thought the most unforgettable scene in APPOINTMENT WITH DANGER(1951) was when Alan Ladd shoots Jack Webb in the gut at point blank range while they’re both standing upright and struggling for the same gun as if they’re almost dancing. Webb appears to go into rigor mortis as his facial expression starts to freeze up into his trademark DRAGNET deadpan and Ladd tersely says "What’s the matter Joe? Feelin’ a little heavy…?

    Inimitable Alan Ladd…

  2. IndianaCMC
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    I would like to see this movie—can anybody help me?–

    [email protected]

  3. misspaddylee
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    Our two baddies in Appointment With Danger are played by Jack Webb and Harry Morgan. They have a falling out, as bad guys will, and Joe (played by Jack Webb) thinks it would be a good idea to get rid of his partner permanently.

    It’s a chuckle for Dragnet fans to see Harry Morgan looking up at his murderer and saying "What did I do, Joe? What did I do?"

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