Undertow

(1949)
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Undertow stars Scott Brady as a gambler just out of wartime military service. No longer interested in wagers and speculations, Brady wants only to open up a mountain vacation lodge. Before this can take place, Brady is framed for murder, and forced to hide out in the home of Peggy Dow. With the help of Dow and a policeman friend, Brady searches for the real murderer. Watch carefully in Undertow and you'll spot new Universal contractee "Roc" Hudson as a plainclothes detective.

  1. Arthur T. Horman

    Screenplay, Story

  2. William Castle

    Director

  3. Lee Loeb

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Scott Brady

    Scott Brady

    Tony Reagan

  2. John Russell

    John Russell

    Danny Morgan

  3. Dorothy Hart

    Dorothy Hart

    Sally Lee

  4. Peggy Dow

    Peggy Dow

    Ann McKnight

  5. Bruce Bennett

    Bruce Bennett

    Det. Charles "Chuck" Reckling

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Status Released

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  • December 1, 1949
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 11m

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