In Tokyo a ruthless gang holds up U.S. ammunition trains. Ex-serviceman Eddie Spannier arrives from the States apparently at the invitation of one such unfortunate. But, Eddie isn't quite what he seems.
*Commentary by Alain Silver and James Ursin
*Fox Movietone News Clip: Behind-the-Scenes footage
*Before video, a static card will appear: This clip shows Shirley Yamauchi signing autographs, followed by Sam Fuller, Robert Stack and Shirley Yamauchi on the set being visited by Buddy Adler, head of production at Twentieth Century Fox
*Fox Movietone News Clip:Landing In Japan
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Cast & Crew
Novelty of scene and a warm, believable performance by Japanese star Shirley Yamaguchi are two of the better values in the production.
A lean, hard-boiled, sharp detective thriller with just a light touch of Madame Butterfly.
One of Samuel Fuller's best, a tough, sometimes nasty, but always exciting 1955 effort in 'Scope and color that unites three of his favorite topics: military comradeship, the underworld, and the Far East.