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A drama set during World War II where a submarine carrying a secret weapon attempts to stop a planned third atomic bombing of Japan. Based on Harutoshi Fukui's novel Shuusen no Lorelei.

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Masami Shin'ichi
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Yukito Origasa
Toshirô Yanagiba ...
Kizaki Toshiro
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Paula Atsuko Ebner
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Asakura Ryokitsu
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Narumi Takasu
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Lt. Eric Minott
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Lt. Dodet
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicholas Dombrovskis ...
German Scientist
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Captain's Talker
Norman England ...
Sonar Operator #1
Caroline Paris Gluck ...
Girl on Beach
Isao Hashizume ...
Sadamoto Nishimiya
Masatô Ibu ...
Eitaro Narazaki
Takaya Kamikawa ...
Man
Ryûki Kitaoka
Kreva ...
Shunpei Komatsu
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Matoi Tokioka
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Submarine captain
Dave Monahan ...
Radio Operator
J.J. Mortimer ...
Navy crewman
Takehiko Ono ...
Shichigoro Iwamura
Shûgo Oshinari
Tyrone Power Jr. ...
US Battleship Captain
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Kikuo Kiyonaga
Seth Shapiro ...
Sonar Operator
Fred Spiker ...
Warrant Officer Nick Nelson
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Tokutaro Taguchi (as Piêru Taki)
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Ouwada
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Sankichi Oominato

Directed by

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Shinji Higuchi
Cellin Gluck ... (US segment)

Written by

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Harutoshi Fukui ... (novel "Shusen no Lorelei")
 
Satoshi Suzuki ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Karin Beck ... line producer

Music by

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Naoki Satô

Makeup Department

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Isao Tsuge ... creative director

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Kimiyoshi Adachi ... first assistant director
Francois Caillaud ... second assistant director: second unit
Sonny Lowe ... first assistant director: second unit

Sound Department

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Jacob Balser ... engineering services
Chris Barron ... digital transfer (as Christopher Barron)
Tim Burby ... digital editorial services
John Countryman ... digital transfer
Edwin Dunkley ... video services (as Ed Dunkley)
Frank E. Eulner ... supervising sound editor (as Frank Eulner)
Andre Fenley ... assistant supervising sound editor (as André Fenley)
Doug Ford ... engineering services
Jonathan Greber ... digital transfer
J.R. Grubbs ... sound effects editor
Howie Hammermann ... engineering services (as Howard Hammerman)
Ellen Heuer ... foley artist
David Hunter ... digital editorial services
Mike Lane ... client services
Brian Magerkurth ... recordist (as Brian D. Magerkurth)
Steve Morris ... engineering services
Tom Myers ... re-recording mixer / sound: design
Al Nelson ... sound effects editor
Gordon Ng ... client services
Tim Nielsen ... sound effects editor (as Tim Nielson)
Jonathan Null ... foley editor
George Peterson Jr. ... foley recordist
Eva Porter ... client services
Brandon Proctor ... mix technician
Frank Rinella ... foley mixer
Ronald G. Roumas ... recordist
Renee Russo ... client services
Jurgen Scharpf ... mix technician
Tony Sereno ... re-recording mixer
Steve Slanec ... dialogue editor
Dennie Thorpe ... foley artist
John Torrijos ... video services (as John 'J.T.' Torrijos)
Jana Vance ... foley artist

Visual Effects by

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Tetsuo Ohya ... visual effects producer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Shane Sato ... still photographer
Garry Waller ... director of photography: second unit

Other crew

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Edwin Dunkley ... video services (as Ed Dunkley)
Harlan Glenn ... military historical advisor / technical advisor
Brian Kobo ... production coordinator: USA (as Masato Kobo)
Kristina Konrad ... language instructor
Mike Lane ... client services
Gordon Ng ... client services
Eva Porter ... client services
John Torrijos ... video services (as John 'J.T.' Torrijos)

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Storyline

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Also Known As
  • Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean (World-wide, English title)
  • Lorelei, la sorcière du Pacifique (France)
  • Lorelei I-507 - Deutsche Wunderwaffe im Pazifik (Germany)
  • Ubåt I-507: Det siste våpenet (Norway)
  • Ubåt I-507: Det sista vapnet (Sweden)
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Runtime
  • 128 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend Japan $661,912, 11 Mar 2005

Did You Know?

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Trivia The design of the I-507 submarine is based upon a real one : the french submarine 'Surcouf', launched in 1929, was the biggest submarine ever launched at the time. See more »
Soundtracks Wiegenlied (Cradle Song) See more »

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