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29 March 1973 (USA) See more »
Dramatization showing the 1968 seizure of the spy ship, Pueblo, by the North Koreans and the treatment... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Won 5 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 nomination See more »
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TV film about a somewhat forgotten incident. See more (4 total) »


  (in credits order)

Hal Holbrook ... Capt. Lloyd Bucher

Ronny Cox ... Signalman

Andrew Duggan ... Congressman
Stephen Elliott ... RAdm. F.L. Johnson
Mary Fickett ... Rose Bucher
Larry Gates ... American Negotiator
George Grizzard ... Court Counsel
Paul Hecht ... Lt. S.R. Harris
Alan Hewitt ... Congressional Chairman

James Hong ... Super C

Barnard Hughes ... Secretary of the Navy

Robert Ito ... North Korean Negotiator

Gary Merrill ... Adm. Thomas E. Moorer

Richard Mulligan ... CWO G.H. Lacy

John Randolph ... Lt. Gen. S.J. McKee
Darryl Wells ... Lt. (j.g.) F.C. Schumaker
Lenny Baker ... Ens. T.L. Harris
Ralph Bell ... Presiding Officer
Don Blakely ... BM3 W.C. Bussell
Peter Gorwin ... Radio Operator

Richard Herd ... Lt. Cmdr. C. Clark

Earl Hindman ... QMT Charles B. Law, Jr.
John Horn ... CIC J.F. Kell
David Huffman ... Seaman
Calvin Jung ... North Korean Guard
Alan Koss ... HCI H.P. Baldridge

Peter Masterson ... ENC M.O. Goldman
Michael Parish ... North Korean Guard
Addison Powell ... Commissioning Officer

Sab Shimono ... North Korean Officer
Philip Sterling ... Court of Inquiry Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Harvey Keitel ... Seaman (uncredited)

Directed by
Anthony Page 
Writing credits
Stanley R. Greenberg (written by)

Produced by
Robert Berger .... supervising producer
Herbert Brodkin .... producer
Phil Stein .... associate producer
Original Music by
Laurence Rosenthal 
Cinematography by
Roz Bigelow 
Everett Melosh 
Film Editing by
Alfred Muller (video tape)
Sound Department
Al Gramaglia .... sound re-recording mixer
Bud Nolan .... sound editor
Michael Schindler .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Dick Kerr .... camera operator
Morris Mann .... camera operator
John Morreale .... camera operator
Michael W. Rebich .... camera operator
Bob Wolff .... camera operator
Other crew
Lou Marchand .... technical director

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Also Known As:
"Pueblo Affair" - USA (alternative title)
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USA:100 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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12 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
TV film about a somewhat forgotten incident., 9 July 1999
Author: yenlo from Auburn, Me

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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