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Around the World under the Sea


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The Saturday film starring
Lloyd Bridges, Shirley Eaton Brian Kelly , David McCallum Keenan Wynn
Marshall Thompson , Gary Merrill The choice of an attractive blonde as one of the team of scientists undertaking a long and dangerous submarine trip to fix seismic detectors on the ocean bed has inevitable consequences.
Lloyd Bridges and Shirley Eaton , following her success as the gilded girl in Goldfinger, are the stars of this underwater drama.
Producer and director ANDREW MARTON (Christmas Films: pages 14-15)


Unknown: Shirley Eaton
Unknown: Brian Kelly
Unknown: David McCallum
Unknown: Keenan Wynn
Unknown: Marshall Thompson
Unknown: Gary Merrill
Unknown: Shirley Eaton
Director: Andrew Marton
Dr Doug Standish: Lloyd Bridges
Dr Maggie Hanford: Shirley Eaton
Dr Craig Mosby: Brian Kelly
Dr Phil Volker: David McCallum
Hank Stahl: Keenan Wynn
Dr Hillyard: Marshall Thompson
Dr August Boren: Gary Merrill
Brinkman: Ron Hayes
Prof Hamuru: George Shibata
Capt of Diligence: Frank Logan
Sonar man: Don Wells
Vice-President: Donald Linton

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Around the World under the Sea

BBC One London, 18 December 1971 18.30

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