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Windjammer: The Voyage of the Christian Radich (1958)

Approved | | Documentary, Romance | 25 April 1958 (Norway)
Windjammer, the first presentation in CINEMIRACLE, is the record of a training cruise of the full-rigged S/S Christian Radich from Oslo across the Atlantic, through the Caribbean, to New ... See full summary »

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A.J. Villiers (book) (as Captain Alan Villiers), James L. Shute (adaptation) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bjørn Amvik Bjørn Amvik ... Cadet #5
Arne Andersen Arne Andersen ... Motorman
Per Antonsen Per Antonsen ... Cadet #21
Niels Arntsen Niels Arntsen ... First officer
Svein Aske Svein Aske ... Cadet #23
Trygve Bendiksen Trygve Bendiksen ... Second assistant bosun
Tore Bilet Tore Bilet ... Cadet #85
Sigurd Borgen Sigurd Borgen ... Sailmaker
Boston Pops Orchestra Boston Pops Orchestra ... Orchestra
Erik Bye Erik Bye ... Narrator
Even Børresen Even Børresen ... Cadet #31
Pau Casals ... Self
Jan Christiansen Jan Christiansen ... Cadet #28
Peer Dahl Peer Dahl ... Cadet #25
Thor Dalelv Thor Dalelv ... Cadet #84
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Windjammer, the first presentation in CINEMIRACLE, is the record of a training cruise of the full-rigged S/S Christian Radich from Oslo across the Atlantic, through the Caribbean, to New York and back home again. Written by Wilfried Wittkowsky

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Trivia

The film's original 7-channel Cinermiracle Sound has been remastered into a 5.1 mix for its 2010 restoration. See more »

Alternate Versions

In 2011, Cinerama Inc. presented this motion picture digitally re-mastered, recombined and Smileboxed, so as to simulate the deeply, curved screen view theatricality of this original, Cinemiracle process three-panel film, in Hamburg, Germany. The digital version added opening and closing theater curtains before and after each act of the roadshow picture. Additionally, its track was remixed, and its original 26 fps. running length was timed down to 24 fps.. See more »

Connections

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Soundtracks

Don't You Worry
Written by Terry Gilkyson, Rich Dehr and Frank Miller
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Don't forget the music!
7 January 2003 | by elumpe-1See all my reviews

I recall having seen this movie in Dortmund/Germany in a big cinema which seemed to have been specially prepared for the occasion. It must have been in 1959 or 1960. I really felt "seasick" at certain passages of this movie, the impact of the stereo pictures and the sound was tremendous for me. It is not just this particular memory which makes this very movie dear to me (even though I never saw it again). This very movie is the reason for my introduction to, and consequently, love for, classical music. Grieg's piano concerto, practised by one of the cadets all the way from Oslo to America for a public performance there (under Arthur Fiedler - I recall his white dinner jacket when conducting) opened up this musical sphere to me forever. Up to this day this music and the Norwegian landscapes shown in the movie are closely connected in my mind. All this a "key event".

EL


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 April 1958 (Norway) See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$6,757
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Cinerama 7-Track

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.77 : 1
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