Reportedly based on a true incident during World War II involving an anti-radar or invisibility experiment that caused the U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge to disappear from Philadelphia Harbor. Two of the ship's sailors finds themselves thrown 40 years into the future to 1984. Written by
K. Rose <firstname.lastname@example.org> and D. Conwill <email@example.com>
An adventure beyond time. The experiment that should never have happened 41 years ago... Is still going on.
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Did You Know?
Although John Carpenter is listed as executive director on this film, he and director Stewart Rafill never met in person. See more
The ship shown momentarily as the Eldridge (DE-173) at the beginning of the movie is actually the USS Laffey (DD-724), a Sumner class destroyer which looks nothing like a Cannon class destroyer escort. The Laffey is a museum ship in Charleston, South Carolina. See more
This now, this time, it's not ours. We weren't here when it happened. The experiment took place on a ship in a Philadelphia harbor. It was - 1943, October. Does this sound... crazy? You know, or is this sort of thing possible now?
I'll Never Smile Again
By Ruth Lowe
Published by MCA Music, A Division of MCA Inc. See more