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Journey into Fear (1975 film)

Journey into Fear is a 1975 Canadian thriller film directed by Daniel Mann, and based on the novel of the same name by Eric Ambler.

Producer, Screenwriter - Trevor Wallace.

It stars Sam Waterston, Zero Mostel, Yvette Mimieux, Vincent Price, Donald Pleasence, Shelley Winters, Stanley Holloway, Joseph Wiseman and Ian McShane.[1]

The film is a remake of Journey into Fear, a 1943 version starring Orson Welles.


Graham, a geologist, discovers a rich oil deposit in the mountains of Turkey that creates a dangerous conflict between Turks and Arabs.

His life suddenly in peril, Graham tries to escape aboard a boat with the assistance of Kupelkin from the Turkish embassy. The passengers he encounters include a singer, Josette, who may also be a prostitute, and a bickering couple, Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, all the while Graham aware that someone aboard is determined to kill him.



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