Hell and High Water is a 1954 Cold War drama film starring Richard Widmark, Bella Darvi and Victor Francen. The film was made to showcase CinemaScope being used in the confined sets of a submarine. Before the credits, an off-screen, voice-over narrates: In the summer of 1953, it was announced that an atomic bomb of foreign origin had been exploded somewhere outside of the United States. Shortly thereafter it was indicated that this atomic reaction, according to scientific reports, originated in a remote area in North Pacific waters, somewhere between the northern tip of the Japanese Islands...
|Directed by:||Samuel Fuller|
|Editor:||James B. Clark|
|Music by:||Alfred Newman|
|Screenplay by:||Jesse L. Lasky, Jr.|
|Genre:||Action Film, Thriller|