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Tokyo File 212 (January 26, 1951)

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A Shot in the Dark
 

Released on January 26, 1951: An American spy must find and destroy a Communist spy ring in Tokyo that is trying to hinder the American war effort in Korea.

Directed by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan

The Actors: Florence Marly (Steffi Novak), Lee Frederick (Jim Carter), Katsuhiko Haida (Taro Matsuto), Reiko Otani (Namiko), Tatsuo Saito (Mr. Matsuto), Tetsu Nakamura (Mr. Oyama), Heihachiro Okawa (unknown), Suisei Matsui (driver Joe), Jun Tazaki (unknown), Dekao Yokoo (unknown), Hideto Hayabusa (unknown), Gen Shimizu (unknown), Richard W.N. Childs (Major Richard W.N. Childs), Richard Finiels (Lieutenant Richard Finiels), Stuart Zimmerley (Corporal Stuart Zimmerley), James Lyons (Private James Lyons), Byron Michie (Mr. Jeffrey), Ichimaru (herself, Geisha singer), Tainosuke Mochizuki Band (themselves)

 
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Spies in Japan

There is a plethora of movies about World War II, but very few with the focus on the Korean War that divided the country into two in the early 1950's. This movie gives us a rare view into post World War II Japan along with a story line that centers on the Korean conflict with an American spy against the commies trying to hinder the American war effort in Korea. Since the surrender of Japan at the end of World War II the country has become a staging area for men and supplies heading to the Korean War, and Communists in Japan are eager to disrupt that effort. Filmed entirely in Japan with mostly Japanese actors, along with several U.S. servicemen serving in post-war Japan. Also featured in the movie is an appearance by Japan's most famous Geisha singer Ichimaru. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy a glimpse of post war Japan and the new world of spy against spy.

Byron Michie and Lee Frederick
Byron Michie and Lee Frederick
Byron Michie in Tokyo File 212
Byron Michie in Tokyo File 212
Florence Marly and Lee Frederick
Florence Marly and Lee Frederick
Florence Marly and Suisei Matsui and Lee Frederick
Florence Marly and Suisei Matsui and Lee Frederick
Florence Marly in Tokyo File 212
Florence Marly in Tokyo File 212
Florence Marly
Florence Marly
Ichimaru
Ichimaru
Katsuhiko Haida
Katsuhiko Haida
Katsuhiko Haida in Tokyo File 212
Katsuhiko Haida in Tokyo File 212
Lee Frederick and Florence Marly
Lee Frederick and Florence Marly
Lee Frederick and Tatsuo Saito
Lee Frederick and Tetsu Nakamura
Lee Frederick and Tatsuo Saito
Lee Frederick and Tatsuo Saito
Lee Frederick in Tokyo File 212
Lee Frederick in Tokyo File 212
Reiko Otani in Tokyo File 212
Reiko Otani in Tokyo File 212
Reiko Otani
Reiko Otani
Suisei Matsui and Lee Frederick
Suisei Matsui and Lee Frederick
Tatsuo Saito and Lee Frederick
Tatsuo Saito and Lee Frederick
Tetsu Nakamura
Tetsu Nakamura
Tetsu Nakamura
Tetsu Nakamura