Flight to Nowhere
Flight to Nowhere is a 1946 American film noir crime film directed by William Rowland and stars Alan Curtis and Evelyn Ankers. Flight to Nowhere was one of the first postwar productions to deal with the atom bomb secrets.
In Honolulu, an operative carrying a map revealing secret uranium deposits in the South Pacific is gunned down. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, "Hobie" Carrington (Alan Curtis) tries to turn down Countess Maria de Fresca's (Micheline Cheirel) request to hire him as a pilot for a flight to Death Valley. She changes his mind by promising him a dinner date. Before they can depart, Carrington is approached by his former superior in the armed forces, Bob Donovan (Jack Holt), now an FBI agent. Donovan tells Carrington to keep an eye out for the missing map.
|author||Arthur V. Jones|
|editor||Gregg C. Tallas|
|keywords||annoy armed forces best man death valley dinner date discover end even fbi agent gold digger horse ranch jack holt jerome cowan john craven las vegas los angeles magic show married michael visaroff micheline cheirel mining engineer murder oxygen mask return home roland varno secret letter south pacific swimming pool wait|
|musicBy||Bert Reisfeld Carl Hoefle|
|producer||William B. David|
|productionCompany||Golden Gate Pictures|
|publisher||Exclusive Films Screen Guild Productions|