Danger Signal

(1945)

Overview

After robbing and murdering his married lover and then making her death look like suicide, conniving philanderer Ronnie Mason relocates to Los Angeles. Under a new identity and claiming to be a writer, Ronnie finds lodging at the home of Hilda Fenchurch and her mother. He woos Hilda, knowing she has money, but when he discovers that Hilda's sister, Anne, has just inherited $25,000, he switches his attentions to her.

  1. Robert Florey

    Director

  2. Phyllis Bottome

    Novel

  3. Adele Comandini

    Screenplay

  4. C. Graham Baker

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Faye Emerson

    Faye Emerson

    Hilda Fenchurch

  2. Zachary Scott

    Zachary Scott

    Ronnie Mason

  3. Richard Erdman

    Richard Erdman

    Bunkie Taylor (as Dick Erdman)

  4. Rosemary DeCamp

    Rosemary DeCamp

    Dr. Jane Silla

  5. Bruce Bennett

    Bruce Bennett

    Dr. Andrew Lang

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Danger Signal
Danger Signal

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Status Released

Release Information

  • November 14, 1945
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 18m

Budget $471,000.00

Revenue $1,110,000.00

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