The crew of submarine H.M.S. 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.
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Stark drama ashore THAT MATCHES THEIR THRILLS IN THE DEEP!
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Did You Know?
This movie was initially telecast in Los Angeles, Monday, March 20, 1950 on KECA (Channel 7), and in New York City, Saturday, September 23, 1950 on WCBS (Channel 2). Since it had never previously been commercially released in the U.S., these presentations also constituted its U.S. theatrical premieres. See more
Eric Portman's character uses the captured German flyer's uniform, including 'flying boots', when going ashore to find fuel, but when the German flyers are first taken they all swim onto the sub barefooted. See more
L / S. Hobson
[to a fish and chips shop owner
Hello, you old grease-spot; Still frying the same old *dogfish*?
Opening credits prologue: H. M. S. "Sea Tiger" See more
Written by Stephen Adams
and Frederick Edward Weatherly See more