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The Philadelphia Experiment

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starring Michael Pare, Nancy Allen, Bobby Di Cicco
October 1943: the US Navy is conducting a - top secret experiment aboard the destroyer Eldridge when something goes terribly wrong. Two seamen on the ship leap overboard in a desperate bid to escape and find themselves thrown forward in time 40 years. Can they reach the one man who knows the secret of how to return before catastrophe strikes?
Screenplay by WILLIAM GRAY and MICHAEL JANOVER Based on the book by WILLIAM 1. MOORE and CHARLES BERLITZ
Produced by JOEL B. MICHAELS and DOUGLAS CURTIS
Directed by STEWART RAFFILL
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown: Michael Pare
Unknown: Nancy Allen
Unknown: Bobby Di Cicco
Unknown: William Gray
Unknown: Michael Janover
Produced By: Joel B. Michaels
Directed By: Stewart Raffill
David Herdeg: Michael Pare
Allison Haves: Nancy Allen
Dr James Longstreet: Eric Christmas
Jim Parker: Bobby Di Cicco
Pamela: Louise Latham
Major Clark: Kene Holliday
Sheriff Bates: Joe Dorsey
Magnussen: Michael Currie
Barney: Stephen Tobolowsky
Young Pamela: Debra Troyer
Young Longstreet: Miles McNamara

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The Philadelphia Experiment

BBC One London, 18 December 1988 19.15






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