Flight to Nowhere (June 6, 1946)
Released on October 1, 1946: A charter pilot gets involved with a group of spies and counterspies in search of a map to hidden uranium for atomic bombs.
Produced by William B. David
Directed by William Rowland
Written by Arthur V. Jones
The Actors: Alan Curtis (Hobe Carrington), Evelyn Ankers (Catherine Forrest), Micheline Cheirel (Dolly Lorraine, aka Countess Maria de Fresca), Jack Holt (FBI Agent Bob Donovan), Jerome Cowan (Gerald Porter), John Craven (Claude Forrest), Inez Cooper (Irene Allison), Roland Varro (James Van Bush), Michael Visaroff (Joseph Herman Ruehl), Gordon Richards (Tom Walker), Hoot Gibson (Sheriff Bradley), Donald Kerr (Ruehl's stablehand)
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Spies, Sabotage and the Death Valley Killer
It is 1946, and World War Two is over. American charter pilot and military intelligence expert Hobe Carrington is now operates a charter airplane business in Los Angeles. Now that the war is over, the movie industry needs new storylines to keep audiences on the edge of their seat, and the Atom Bomb is it. Add mysterious foreign spies, characters that are all more than they appear, and we have a first class spy thriller of the new Cold War.
As our story opens, we watch a man being chased and killed in Honolulu, and a top secret map of the location of a valuable uranium mine is taken from him. The man was at a house party in Honolulu, and we will follow the other people at this house party as the spies and counter spies and people pretending to be things that they are not. Like a good spy thriller, we will not be able to separate the good guys from the bad guys right up until the smash deadly ending.
Hobe is approached by a mysterious lady with a foreign accent who wants to hire him to fly her to Death Valley, and when he doesn't feel like it, she sweetens the deal by offering him $500 . . . and a romantic dinner with her. He is obviously interested in dinner with her, so he accepts. Then when Hobe hits the bathroom later he meets Bob Donovan, his spy boss during the war who reminds Hobe that he was one of the best counter-intelligence officers of the war. Hobe reminds him that he is now a civilian, and out of the spy business, and leaves.
Later, when the gal returns to board his plane for her trip, she brings more people with her. This crowd of people will be our focus, and the focus of Hobe for the rest of the movie. On the flight to a Death Valley resort, we encounter attempted murder, and the mystery begins. As the characters are developed, and we learn more about them, like you will, I tried to predict who was an enemy and who was on our side among this group, and I discovered that the screenwriters were much more devious than I imagined, and I missed badly. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
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