Edge of Eternity (1959)

  • Year: 1959
  • Released: 02 Nov 1959
  • Country: United States
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0052771/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/edge_of_eternity
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  • Available in: 720p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: Approved
  • Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
  • Runtime: 80 min
  • Writer: Marion Hargrove, Richard Collins, Ben Markson
  • Director: Don Siegel
  • Cast: Cornel Wilde, Victoria Shaw, Mickey Shaughnessy
  • Keywords: chase, grand canyon,
62% – Critics
62% – Audience

Edge of Eternity Storyline

Helped by socialite Janice Kendon, Arizona Deputy Sheriff Les Martin works to solve three brutal murders in and around the Grand Canyon. His efforts lead to the killer fleeing with Janice as a hostage, and a chase by car and helicopter leading to a climax on a miner’s bucket on cables a mile above the canyon floor.—Les Adams

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Edge of Eternity Movie Reviews

Excellent mystery-thriller

I taped Edge of Eternity when Channel 4 screened it some time ago and found it very enjoyable. Some reviews state this as a Western, but it is more of a mystery-thriller than a Western.

A Sheriff in Arizona investigates three murders around the Grand Canyon and is help by a woman and not surprisingly they fall in love with each other. The killer then takes the woman hostage and he is caught in the dramatic final showdown in a minor’s bucket, high over the Grand Canyon.

Edge of Eternity has some magnificent scenery. especially the Grand Canyon scenes.

The cast is lead by Cornel Wilde as the Sheriff, Victoria Shaw as his love interest and Micky Shaughnessy. All play good parts.

This movie is a must see, just for the scenery. Excellent.

Rating: 3 and a half stars out of 5.

Grand vistas of the Grand Canyon

One of nature’s natural wonders the Grand Canyon of Arizona serves as the backdrop to this modern day western where a breakout of three murders occur within a week. They don’t seem to be related but of course they are and Deputy Sheriff Cornel Wilde pursues them all with the backing of Sheriff Edgar Buchanan.

Wilde and Buchanan have their work cut out for them. The prosecuting attorney is from a different political party which backed a candidate against Wilde in the last election in Mohave County. Wilde’s had issues in the past and his conduct of the investigation is used against Buchanan.

In all of this it centers around a scheme to steal gold out of a working mine in the Grand Canyon that’s owned by Victoria Shaw and her family. Wilde and her get a little romance going and her knowledge of fashion and designer labels is what gives him the clue to crack things open.

The last 20 minutes involve the villain taking Victoria Shaw hostage with a nasty fight on a cable car that goes over the canyon between Wilde and the villain. Really well done a harbinger of some of the action stuff that is more prevalent in today’s films. All staged and directed with distinction by Don Siegel.

Edge Of Eternity is a crackerjack noir mystery set in the modern west, but hardly in a tight urban setting. You can’t get more expansive than the Grand Canyon and I saw it about 5 years after Edge Of Eternity was filmed there. Grand doesn’t begin to describe it, but this film will give you some idea.

Spectacular vibrant colors and unbelievable Grand Canyon stunt work …..

“Edge of Eternity” is without question the finest color photography I have ever seen. The colors of the Grand Canyon are displayed in razor sharp beauty, especially when viewing “Twilight Time’s” limited edition Blueray. While the murder investigation is rather ordinary, and the love interest between Cornel Wilde and Victoria Shaw kills time, all is forgiven with the spectacular aerial photography, unbelievable stunts, and fabulous fifties cars on display. The highlight of course is seeing the U.S. Guano tram swinging wildly over the Canyon as Wilde and Mickey Shaughnessy engage in a gun battle. This is truly a one of a kind film, not for it’s story, not for it’s acting, but for the unforgettable photography and the unique and exciting climax. “Edge of Eternity” is a must see. – MERK