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|Paul Douglas||Police Ofcr. Charlie Dunnigan|
|Richard Basehart||Robert Cosick|
|Barbara Bel Geddes||Virginia Foster|
|Agnes Moorehead||Christine Hill Cosick|
|Robert Keith||Paul E. Cosick|
|Howard Da Silva||Deputy Police Chief Moskar|
|Jeffrey Hunter||Danny Klempner|
|Martin Gabel||Dr. Strauss|
|Grace Kelly||Mrs. Louise Ann Fuller|
|Frank Faylen||Walter, room service waiter|
|Jeff Corey||Police Sgt. Farley|
|James Millican||Police Sgt. Boyle|
|Donald Randolph||Dr. Benson|
"A new element in screen suspense"
Early one morning, a room service waiter at a New York City hotel is horrified to discover that the young man to whom he has just delivered breakfast (Richard Basehart) is standing on the narrow ledge outside his room on the fifteenth floor. Charlie Dunnigan (Paul Douglas), a policeman on traffic duty in the street below, tries to talk him off the ledge to no avail. He is ordered back to traffic patrol by police emergency services deputy chief Moksar (Howard Da Silva). But he is ordered to return when the man on the ledge will not speak to psychiatrists summoned to the scene.