The crew of HMS submarine 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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A Tense Drama Of Under-The-Sea Heroism !
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One of the submarines used for this movie, the P615, was sunk in action a few months later. She was torpedoed by the U123 near Sierra Leone on 18 April 1943. All 44 crewmembers lost their lives. See more
The sub is submerged; the Captain is using the periscope to view a target. He then orders a 15 degree turn, but the Captain continues to view the target without moving the periscope to adjust for the turn. See more
[Last lines whie watching the arriving and departing submarines
One goes in, another one goes out, just like running a ruddy bus service.
Opening credits prologue: H. M. S. "Sea Tiger" See more
Referenced in I See a Dark Stranger
Written by Milton Ager
, Al Neiburg
and Jerry Livingston See more