Mike, a Hemingway-esque adventure novelist, is spending his days in a self-imposed exile somewhere in Central America. A reporter for Sight Magazine, Katie, has tracked him down in the hope of getting the biggest scoop of her career. Mike falls for Katie. On a flight to Mexico City, their plane crashes near a remote hideaway of Nazi war criminals in hiding. The Nazis want to stay hidden and plan to dispose of their new guests.
The first motion picture to be exhibited in SuperScope-235! Full CinemaScope Screen. Full CinemaScope Aperture!
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Did You Know?
This is a remake of RKO'S 1932 hit The Most Dangerous Game. While the earlier version was filmed entirely on the studio backlot (utilizing sets that later appeared in the original 1933 version of King Kong) this version was shot mostly on location. And while the villain in the 1932 film was simply a madman, it is implied that Trevor Howard's character here is a former Nazi. See more
When Katie drops the book in the hotel the book lands with the pages open. However when Latimer picks it up, the book is closed with cover facing up. See more
Was she very pretty?
I don't know Katie, I forgot.
Version of Deadly Game
Music by Fred Steiner
(as Frederick Steiner)
Lyrics by Nestor Amaral See more