Jeopardy (1953)

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Current status - Released
Total runtime - 69 mins.
Release date - 30-03-1953
Release year - 1953
Genres - Crime, Drama, Thriller

Overall ratings and scores for Jeopardy:
Happiness Score - 6.5/10, World Popularity Score - 3.576/100, IMDB Score - 6.7, Metascore - N/A, Internet Movie Database - 6.7/10, .
Jeopardy movie has Total Global Votes - 30, Total IMD Votes - 2,121

Jeopardy Movie Introduction: Movie Jeopardy, release year 1953 is written by Mel Dinelli, Maurice Zimm and directed by John Sturges. The leading star-cast in this movie are Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Ralph Meeker along with the other stars and crew members.

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Movie in-short: A family vacationing on the coast of Mexico have to cope with multiple threats to their safety.

Movie story-line: A woman is kidnapped when she goes to get help for her husband who is trapped on a beach with the tide coming in to surely drown him.

Movie synopsis: The Stilwins are on vacation to an isolated beach in Mexico. Walking on a deserted jetty, Doug Stilwin gets his leg trapped under one of the logs. All attempts to move the log are futile and Helen Stilwin takes the car to get help. However, an escaped criminal kidnaps her. Will she be able to return to her husband before he drowns?

Highlights - Jeopardy (1953)

Total budget - $0.00
Total revenue - $0.00
Produced by - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Produced in - United States of America
Available languages - English (English), Spanish (Español),
Homepage URL -
Awards won / Nominations - N/A
Certificate(s) - US : NR

Lead Actors, Writer(s), Director(s) of Jeopardy (1953)

Lead Actors - Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Ralph Meeker
Writer(s) - Mel Dinelli, Maurice Zimm
Director(s) - John Sturges

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ) about Jeopardy (1953)

What is the release date of Jeopardy (1953)?
Release date of Jeopardy (1953) is 30-03-1953.


What is the total runtime of Jeopardy (1953) in minutes?
Total runtime of Jeopardy (1953) in minutes is 69 min.


What is the budget consumed to produce Jeopardy (1953) movie?
The budget consumed to produce Jeopardy (1953) movie is around $0.00.


How much revenue is expected from movie Jeopardy (1953)?
Expected revenue from movie movie Jeopardy (1953) is around $0.00.


What is the pupularity of Jeopardy (1953)?
Worldwide pupularity of Jeopardy (1953) movie is 3.576%.


What is the name of the production company of film Jeopardy (1953)?
Production company of film Jeopardy (1953) is/are Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, .


Which country the film Jeopardy (1953) is produced in?
Film production country for the film Jeopardy (1953) is United States of America, .


Which language the film Jeopardy (1953) is produced in?
Film Jeopardy (1953) is produced in English (English), Spanish (Español), language(s).


Which Genre the film Jeopardy (1953) belongs to?
Movie Jeopardy (1953) is categorized under Crime, Drama, Film-Noir genre(s).


Who are the lead actors of the film Jeopardy (1953)?
Lead actors of the film Jeopardy (1953) are Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Ralph Meeker.


Who is the writer of the film Jeopardy (1953)?
The writer(s) of the film Jeopardy (1953) is/are Mel Dinelli, Maurice Zimm.


Who is the director of the film Jeopardy (1953)?
The director(s) of the film Jeopardy (1953) is/are John Sturges.


Which awards, nominations and recognitions are won by Jeopardy (1953) movie?
Movie Jeopardy (1953) has N/A awards and nomination in it's profile.


What is the story of Jeopardy (1953) in-short?
Short plot of movie Jeopardy (1953): A family vacationing on the coast of Mexico have to cope with multiple threats to their safety..


What is the full story of Jeopardy (1953) movie?
Full plot of movie Jeopardy (1953): The Stilwins are on vacation to an isolated beach in Mexico. Walking on a deserted jetty, Doug Stilwin gets his leg trapped under one of the logs. All attempts to move the log are futile and Helen Stilwin takes the car to get help. However, an escaped criminal kidnaps her. Will she be able to return to her husband before he drowns?.


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List of full Starcast and crew members of Jeopardy (1953)

Full Starcast:

profie photo of Barbara StanwyckName: Barbara Stanwyck
Character: Helen Stilwin

profie photo of Barry SullivanName: Barry Sullivan
Character: Doug Stilwin

profie photo of Ralph MeekerName: Ralph Meeker
Character: Lawson the Fugitive

profie photo of Lee AakerName: Lee Aaker
Character: Bobby Stilwin

profie photo of Rico AlanizName: Rico Alaniz
Character: Officer at 1st Roadblock

profie photo of Charles StevensName: Charles Stevens
Character: Mexican Father

profie photo of Juan TorenaName: Juan Torena
Character: Mexican Police Chief

profie photo of Paul FierroName: Paul Fierro
Character: Mexican Lieutenant

Crew Members:

profie photo of Dimitri TiomkinName: Dimitri Tiomkin
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Original Music Composer

profie photo of John SturgesName: John Sturges
Department: Directing
Job/Role: Director

profie photo of Victor MilnerName: Victor Milner
Department: Camera
Job/Role: Director of Photography

profie photo of Maurice ZimmName: Maurice Zimm
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Story

profie photo of Mel DinelliName: Mel Dinelli
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Writer

profie photo of Newell P. KimlinName: Newell P. Kimlin
Department: Editing
Job/Role: Editor

profie photo of Sol Baer FieldingName: Sol Baer Fielding
Department: Production
Job/Role: Producer

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Reviews Section

rated 3.5 out of 5
June 23, 2021

Peligro! Jeopardy is directed by John Sturges and adapted to screenplay by Mel Dinelli from Maurice Zimm's radio play "A Question of Time". It stars Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Ralph Meeker and Lee Aaker. Music is by Dimitri Tiomkin and cinematography by Victor Milner. Running just shy of 70 minutes, Jeopardy is a classic lesson in how to garner great suspense from a small cast and set-up. Beginning with jaunty music and the scene setting of a family of three off for a vacation, it's all Americana bliss, but it's not long before fate deals the family some bad cards and we land firmly in thriller territory. The dialogue is safe and assured, with the stars turning in rich characterisations as written, particularly a wonderfully oily Meeker as the villain of the piece. Though very much plein air as a production, a claustrophobic and fraught air grips the play and drags the viewer in wholesale, a sense of cruel luck, danger and ironies hold things in a noir realm. While a turn of events in the narrative is deftly played, the sub-text shattering to the point we don't need to see it to feel it. Unfortunately some irritants stop it from hitting the top end of the scale. Daft ironies and highly improbable contrivances chip away at the pic's other strengths, one scene has the son (Aaker) trapped on a dilapidated pier, to which his dad calls out "stay right where you are", I mean really, what else was the lad going to do?! Some crude back projection work also dampens down some otherwise nice production touches (Calif locales just lovely), while the ending kinda dilutes a previous moral kicker. But irritants aside, this holds its head up high as a picture well worth investing time in. 7.5/10


-- John Chard

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