What a lovely journey back to a time when one could enjoy the grace and acting talent of Joan Fontaine, and be treated to the charms of the popular french actress of the time, Corinne Calvet, and with a young, not so villainous yet, Jack Palance. The story is entertaining, fast paced, with good dialogue, and hooks you at the very beginning as all the players come together at an airport in Tangier, waiting for a plane that soon flies overhead, then crashes in the nearby desert. The rescue teams rush to the site of the crash, only to find a crashed plane, with neither pilot nor passenger in the wreckage. Strange, a plane with nobody on-board, and suddenly, all these curious, disparate people poking around the wreckage, looking for something, but what? Entertaining and a pleasant way to pass an afternoon. You'll love the way the director handled the bathing scene with the lovely Calvet.
Joan Fontaine, Jack Palance
Corinne Calvet, Robert Douglas, Marcel Dalio, Jeff Morrow, Richard Shannon, Murray Matheson, John Doucette, John Pickard, James Anderson, Bob Templeton, Peter Coe, Madeleine Taylor Holmes, John Wengraf, Rodd Redwing, Eric Alden, Rene Chatenay, Albert D'Arno, Anthony De Mario.