|The Red Menace|
|Directed by||R. G. Springsteen|
|Screenplay by||Albert DeMond|
|Story by||Albert DeMond|
|Produced by||Herbert Yates|
|Narrated by||Lloyd G. Davies|
|Edited by||Harry Keller|
|Music by||Nathan Scortt|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
The Red Menace (reissue title Underground Spy) is a 1949 anti-communist film noir drama film directed by R. G. Springsteen starring Robert Rockwell and Hannelore Axman.
An ex-GI named Bill Jones (Robert Rockwell) becomes involved with the Communist Party USA. While in training, Jones falls in love with one of his instructors. At first true followers of communism, they realize their mistake when they witness party leaders murder a member who questions the party's principles. When they try to leave the party, the two are marked for murder and hunted by the party's assassins.