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Saturday Morning Film: One Hour to Doomsday


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Stuart Whitman Robert Wagner
Under emergency conditions, the underwater city of Pacifica prepares to receive a shipment of gold from Fort Knox and the entire US stockpile of the powerful H-128. The transfer is complicated by treachery from within and a hurtling asteroid that threatens to destroy Pacifica.
Produced and directed by IRWIN ALLEN
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Unknown: Stuart Whitman
Unknown: Robert Wagner
Unknown: John Meredyth Lucas
Directed By: Irwin Allen
Admiral Matthews: Stuart Whitman
Brett: Robert Wagner
Lia Holmes: Rosemary Forsyth
Cdr Patterson: Robert Colbert
Aguila: Burr de Benning
President: Richard Basehart
Dr Ziegler: Joseph Cotten
Dr Talty: James Darren
Professor Holmes: Whit Bissell
Capt Hunter: Sugar Ray Robinson

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Saturday Morning Film: One Hour to Doomsday

BBC One London, 31 December 1988 10.40

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