A Dangerous Summer Trailer

A Dangerous Summer Trailer (1982)

"A Murderer... A Captive Woman ...and a Deranged Arsonist ...in a Deadly Inferno!" 22 October 1982

Building is Howard's passion, and he is so absorbed in his plans to build an elaborate resort in the Blue Mountains of Australia that he ignores certain obvious signals that his business partner is not entirely on the up-and-up. After a brush fire destroys the resort, an insurance investigator comes nosing around, whom Howard's partner deals with in a drastic manner. By the time Lloyds of London's senior investigator George Engels (James Mason in one of his last roles) arrives on the scene, Howard (Tom Skerritt) is anxious to set things to rights.

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Tom Skerritt

as Howard Anderson

James Mason

as George Engels


International Titles

Flash Fire Trailer

International Releases Dates

Australia 22 October 1982

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