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Satan's Triangle ()


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A US coast guard finds only a woman still alive aboard a shipwreck. She tells her rescuer what happened and soon, they find themselves trapped in a mysterious part of the ocean known as Satan's Triangle.

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Eva
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Lt. J. Haig
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Father Peter Martin
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Strickland
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Hal Bancroft
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Lt. Cmdr. Pagnolini
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Salao
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Juano
Peter Bourne ...
Swedish Captain
Hank Stohl ...
Coast Guard Capt. Dunnock
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Miami Rescue Radio Officer
Trent Dolan ...
Miami Rescue Lieutenant

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Sutton Roley

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William Read Woodfield ... (written by)

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Paul Junger Witt ... executive producer
Judith Craig Marlin ... associate producer
James R. Rokos ... producer (as James Rokos)
David M. Shapiro ... associate producer
Tony Thomas ... executive producer

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Johnny Pate

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Leonard J. South ... director of photography

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Bud Molin
Dennis Virkler

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George W. Brooks ... additional film editor (as George Brooks)
Mario Di Gregorio ... assistant film editor (as Mario DiGregorio)

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Joyce Selznick

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Alan Levine

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Bob Westmoreland ... makeup artist

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Mike Moder ... production manager

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Jack Benjamin ... property master

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Bill Teague ... sound engineer

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Gene Grigg ... special effects

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Ted Holt ... gaffer
John London ... key grip

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Jules Chaikin ... music supervisor
Ed. Norton ... music editor (as Ed Norton)
Michael Arciaga ... music supervisor (uncredited)

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Joe Gannon ... script supervisor

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Chester Brooks ... transportation captain

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Ronald Jacobs ... production executive

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H.L. Johnson ... special thanks: helicopter pilot (as LCDR H.L. Johnson)

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Plot Summary

An American coast guard pilot and his partner, Haig (Doug McClure) answer an SOS, and arrive at a derelict ship. When Haig boards the ship, he finds 3 dead bodies and 1 survivor; Eva (Kim Novak), cowering in the cabin. When the pilot tries to lift Haig and Eva of the boat, the line breaks, plunging them both into the ocean. After they swim back to the boat, the pilot tells Haig he must return to base because he's running low on fuel. Eva and Haig make the best they can, having to spend the night on the boat, during which time she tells the story of the storm and why this party odd the ocean really is Steve Triangle Written by Thomas Veil

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Taglines A Terrifying Adventure in the Deadly Bermuda Triangle! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le triangle du diable (France)
  • Le Triangle du Diable (Canada, French title)
  • Il triangolo di Satana (Italy)
  • O Triângulo do Diabo (Brazil)
  • Треугольник Сатаны (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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  • 74 min
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Trivia Alejandro Rey who plays the priest in this movie also starred in 'The Ninth Configuration', which was written and directed by William Peter Blatty. Another 'Exorcist' connection. See more »
Goofs The SOS sent by the Requoit is wrong. It's depicted as one dash followed by three dots. An SOS is actually three dots, three dashes, and three dots. See more »
Crazy Credits The closing credits differ from the film as originally shown on ABC. The current version has the credits sped up (as is common in TV cuts), with the music fading out and the antagonist's laugh coming at the end. In the original cut, the antagonist laughs first, then the credits roll at normal speed, and the music is different, being similar to that played over the Executive Producer credits at the beginning of the film, orchestrated differently and rising to a crescendo at the end. See more »

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