DirectorAlfred L. Werker Story byJ. Edgar Hoover Duration LanguageEnglish
Release dateApril 29, 1952 (1952-04-29) Based onThe Crime of the ]] WriterLaurence Heath (additional writing), J. Edgar Hoover (article), Emmett Murphy (additional writing), Leo Rosten (story), Virginia Shaler (additional writing) CastGeorge Murphy (Inspector James 'Jim' Belden), Finlay Currie (Professor Albert Kafer), Virginia Gilmore (Millie / Teresa Zalenko), Karel Stepanek (Alexi Laschenkov / Gregory Anders), Louisa Horton (Mrs. Elaine Wilben), Peter Capell (Chris Zalenko / Gino) Similar moviesMad Max: Fury Road, Jurassic World, Furious 7, Taken 3, John Wick, The Transporter Refueled
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Walk East on Beacon (1952) is an American drama film directed by Alfred L. Werker and released by Columbia Pictures. The screenplay was inspired by a May 1952 Reader's Digest article by J. Edgar Hoover entitled "The Crime of the Century: The Case of the A-Bomb Spies." The article covers the case against Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for treason.
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Federal agent Belden (George Murphy) is assigned to locate the communist mastermind behind the leak, and to trace all avenues of informational access utilized by the Communists. Professor Albert Kafer (Finlay Currie) a scientist who is being blackmailed by the Reds into cooperating with them, while Alexi Laschenkov (Karel Stepanek) is the top Eastern-Bloc spy.
George Murphy as Inspector James 'Jim' Belden
Finlay Currie as Professor Albert Kafer
Virginia Gilmore as Millie / Teresa Zalenko
Karel Stepanek as Alexi Laschenkov / Gregory Anders
Louisa Horton as Mrs. Elaine Wilben
Peter Capell as Chris Zalenko / Gino
Bruno Wick as Luther Danzig
Jack Manning as Melvin Foss / Vincent
Karl Weber as FBI Agent Charlie Reynolds
Robert A. Dunn as Dr. Wincott (as Rev. Robert Dunn)
Vilma Kurer as Mrs. Rita Foss
Michael Garrett as Michael Dorndoff / Frank Torrance
Lotte Palfi Andor as Mrs. Anna Kafer (as Lotte Palfi)