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Stopover Tokyo

1957 1h 40m Drama List
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U.S. Intelligence Officer Mark Fannon (Robert Wagner) is dispatched to postwar Tokyo to protect a high-profile American diplomat from possible assassination. The routine assignment takes a hazardous turn for Fannon when he uncovers a deadly plot by double agent George Underwood (Edmond O'Brien) to not only murder the diplomat but also blow up the U.S. Embassy. Now Fannon, his partner and his receptionist, Tina Llewellyn (Joan Collins), must move quickly to thwart Underwood's diabolical plot. Read More Read Less

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Dan Jardine Apollo Guide 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. Rated: 52/100 Aug 22, 2007 Full Review Read all reviews

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Audience Member 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. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member wagner can be such a cheeseball. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis U.S. Intelligence Officer Mark Fannon (Robert Wagner) is dispatched to postwar Tokyo to protect a high-profile American diplomat from possible assassination. The routine assignment takes a hazardous turn for Fannon when he uncovers a deadly plot by double agent George Underwood (Edmond O'Brien) to not only murder the diplomat but also blow up the U.S. Embassy. Now Fannon, his partner and his receptionist, Tina Llewellyn (Joan Collins), must move quickly to thwart Underwood's diabolical plot.
Director
Richard L. Breen
Genre
Drama
Original Language
English
Release Date (DVD)
Jul 10, 2007
Runtime
1h 40m