Inferno

Inferno

Robert Ryan
Director: Roy Ward Baker Cast: Robert Ryan
Robert Ryan
, Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
, William Lundigan
William Lundigan
Roy Ward Baker

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Overview

Brief and very much to the point, Inferno is a grim, fascinating tale of survival. Breaking his leg on a vacation trip, millionaire Carson (Robert Ryan) is left in the middle of the desert by his wife Geraldine (Rhonda Fleming) and his business partner Joseph Duncan (William Lundigan). Ostensibly, they have driven off to seek medical aid for Carson; in fact, they intend to leave him in the desert to die of thirst and exposure. When the truth of his dilemma is made clear, Carson vows to live long enough to exact revenge against his wife and partner. Virtually a one-man show for the most part, Inferno maintains its level of taut suspense from start to finish -- and what a finish. The first 3D effort from 20th Century-Fox, Inferno was remade for television in 1973 as Ordeal, with Arthur Hill in the Robert Ryan part and Diana Muldaur and James Stacy as his would-be murderers.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/06/2012
UPC: 0024543857112
Original Release: 1953
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:23:00
Sales rank: 16,983

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Ryan Carson
Rhonda Fleming Geraldine Carson
William Lundigan Joseph Duncan
Larry Keating Emory
Henry Hull Sam Elby
Carl Betz Lt. Mike Platt
Robert Burton Sheriff
Everett Glass Detective Mason
Adrienne Marden Secretary
Barbara Pepper Waitress
Dan White Lee
Henry Carter Fred Parks
Robert Adler Ken
Charles Conrad Man

Technical Credits
Roy Ward Baker Director
L.B. Abbott Special Effects
Lucien Ballard Cinematographer
William Bloom Producer
Francis Cockrell Screenwriter
Lewis H. Creber Art Director
Dorothy Jeakins Costumes/Costume Designer
Ray Kellogg Special Effects
Lionel Newman Musical Direction/Supervision
Ben Nye Makeup
Al Orenbach Set Decoration/Design
Paul Sawtell Score Composer
Walter Scott Set Decoration/Design
Robert L. Simpson Editor
Lyle Wheeler Art Director

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