The crew of HMS submarine Sea Tiger have their leave (and assorted family problems) cut short when they are recalled for a special mission: sink the new German battleship Brandenburg. En route, they learn that their target has entered the heavily defended Baltic; rather than fail, they follow it. Tension builds as they approach their target. After the attempt, escape seems impossible...unless they can refuel in enemy waters. Written by
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A Tense Drama Of Under-The-Sea Heroism !
Did You Know?
This film received its USA premiere when it was initially telecast in the New York City area Saturday 23 September 1950 on WCBS (Channel 2). See more
The Feldwebel has a German uniform, but British signs of his grade on the arms. A German NCO has signs on the shoulder, not on the arms, and not this kind of sign. See more
[Referring to Taylor's womanizing
By the way, wo are you seeing this leave? Your "Aunt Margaret" again?
Lt. Freddie Taylor
[the admral chuckles knowingly and Taylor smiles
I can't risk it, sir. Her husband's on leave.
[They both laugh as they walk in different directions
Opening credits prologue: H. M. S. "Sea Tiger" See more
Referenced in I See a Dark Stranger
(a.k.a. "Here Comes the Bride" and "The Bridal Chorus") (uncredited) (1850)
Music by Richard Wagner
Arranged by Louis Levy
Heard on piano at Mike Corrigan's aborted wedding See more