A veteran naval commander is given command of a submarine full of misfits, miscreants and with a group of nurses as passengers.
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A veteran naval commander is given command of a submarine full of misfits, miscreants and with a group of nurses as passengers.

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4 September 1977 (USA)  »

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Tony Curtis, father of Jamie Lee Curtis, played Lt. (j.g.) Nicholas Holden in the 1959 original movie Operation Petticoat. See more »

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Follows Operation Petticoat (1977) See more »

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Jamie Lee's first big role
3 September 2006 | by (Jamaica, NY) – See all my reviews

This short-lived show is famous for the fact that this was Jamie Lee Curtis' first big role before becoming going on to films (HALLOWEEN, FREAKY Friday, A FISH CALLED WANDA, TRADING PLACES, etc). I remember watching this show as child. The other actors I can recall were John Astin, Richard Gilliand (before marrying 'DESIGNING WOMAN' Jean Smart), Curtis, a blonde actress who resembled ALL MY CHILDREN's Taylor Miller (she played Nina Cortlandt Warner on AMC), and a brunette who later replaced Brenda Dixon in the role of Jill on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, when Dixon left Y&R the first time in 1980. As for the jokes and situation, I do not recall them. I did not find that funny, despite the fact that it had Astin as the star. This was NOT one of his best post-Gomez Addams roles.


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