Cold War incident, told in flashbacks, regarding the capture of American spy ship USS Pueblo and its crew by North Korean naval units off the Korean coast on 23rd of January 1968.

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Capt. Lloyd Bucher
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Signalman
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Congressman
Stephen Elliott ...
RAdm. F.L. Johnson
Mary Fickett ...
Rose Bucher
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American Negotiator
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Court Counsel
Paul Hecht ...
Lt. S.R. Harris
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Congressional Chairman
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Super C
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Secretary of the Navy
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North Korean Negotiator
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Adm. Thomas E. Moorer
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CWO G.H. Lacy
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Lt. Gen. S.J. McKee
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Dramatization showing the 1968 seizure of the spy ship, Pueblo, by the North Koreans and the treatment of the Pueblo's crew during their year of captivity through flashbacks during the 1969 investigation of the affair. Written by Patrick Dominick <p-dominick@adfa.oz.au>

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29 March 1973 (USA)  »

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Pueblo Affair  »

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TV film about a somewhat forgotten incident.
9 July 1999 | by (Auburn, Me) – See all my reviews

This made for TV film is done semi-documentary style with certain parts resembling a stage play. The story is the important part. North Korean forces capture an American Naval vessel and the crew is imprisoned for nearly a year. Their captivity at the hands of the North Koreans is depicted through flashback sequences. Recently Arthur Kent hosted a documentary on the History Channel about the Pueblo incident that was superb.


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