Plot & Details
It is all but impossible to dislike this ultra-cheap "Cold War paranoia" melodrama. Virtually the entire picture takes place on a single set, representing a rundown roadside diner. Lee Marvin plays the aptly named Slob, a lecherous short-order cook who lusts after shapely waitress Kotty (Terry Moore). Also interested in Kotty is a scientist known only as The Professor (Frank Lovejoy), who spends the better part of his free time at the diner's counter. It turns out that the Professor is a traitor, exchanging top-secret information with Slob, who's actually a commie agent. Only the Professor isn't a traitor, see, he's really . . . But why spoil the film for the uninitiated? For the record, Keenan Wynn and Whit Bissell are also in Shack Out on 101.
- MPAA Rating: Not Yet Rated
- Genre(s): Foreign
- Run Time: 80min.
- Theatrical Release Date: 05/06/1992
- Director(s): Edward Dein
- Starring: Terry Moore , Frank Lovejoy , Keenan Wynn , Lee Marvin , Whit Bissell
- Themes: Traitorous Spies/Double Agents
- Tone: Claustrophobic,Paranoid,Tense,Gritty
- Keywords: Communism, agent [representative], deception, impersonation, sabotage, scientist, waiter/waitress, espionage, scheme