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Hell And High Water (1954)
Starring: Richard Widmark, Bella Darvi, Cameron Mitchell, David Wayne, Gene Evans, Richard Loo, Victor Francen, Stephen Bekassy
Director: Samuel Fuller
Category: Drama, Sci-Fi
Studio: 20th Century Fox
English, Spanish
103 mins



Richard Widmark "is tops" (L.A. Daily News) in this "rip-roaring adventure" (Variety) that unfolds beneath the icy waves of the Artic. "Packed with action - on land, sea and air" (Cue), Hell and High Water is "thrilling...intriguing" (The Hollywood Reporter), and one hell of a blast!

Hired by a secret group of scientists and ex-military men, retired submarine commander Adam Jones (Widmark) takes to the helm again on a mission to investigate a possible communist nuclear base on an island in the Arctic. But danger lurks in the deep for Jones' crew, and the closer they get to their destination, the deeper their predicament gets. Hostile subs and tensions on board are only the beginning as Jones discovers that this mission isn't what it seems, and the real danger of atomic war comes from closer than he ever imagined.