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An investigation into a retired WWII sub plunges a research team into a supernatural journey across the dark abyss of time - with history hanging in the balance.

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Peter Williams
Aleisha Force ...
Stacey
Tom Stedham ...
Mr. Garmin
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Vicki Chambers
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Cmdr. Sterling
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Mike (as Michael Beckingham)
Peter Barry ...
Professor Gant
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Admiral Roberts
Bop Tweedie ...
Captain Wilson
Neill Corner ...
Farmer
Norman Harbinson ...
Captain Dierkson
Jeff Price ...
U-176 First Officer
Chris Pittman ...
U-176 Sonar Operator
Matthew Liuzzi ...
U-176 Chief of the Boat
Jacob Ricci ...
U-176 Helmsman
Joshua Harbinson ...
U-176 Lookout
Richard Tietze ...
U-176 Lookout
John Laramie ...
CPO Bryce
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony E. Adamsky ...
Sailor
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Forward Gate Guard
Tom Cali ...
Shore Patrol / Sailer
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Cmdr Devlin
Deborah Grosmark ...
OSS Photographer
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Homeless Vet
Francis Kirby ...
CPO Pulver
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Sub Guard 2
Lynwood Metts ...
Government Agent 3
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Government Agent 1
Loring Miller ...
Operating Guard 1
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Sub Guard 1
Steve Norman ...
Gate Supervisor
Joe Oliveira ...
Capello
Joseph Oliveira ...
Sailor
Michael Shelby ...
Man In Black
John Staffa ...
Operating Guard 2
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Sailor
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Corpsmen
Edward Tracey ...
Navy Man
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U-176 Captain
Bruce Zwelsky ...
Operating Guard 3

Directed by

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Georgia Hilton

Written by

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Georgia Hilton ... ()

Produced by

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Naomi Brockwell ... executive producer / producer
Norman Harbinson ... associate producer
Georgia Hilton ... executive producer / producer
Lars Elling Lunde ... producer
Stacey Morris ... executive producer / producer
Peter K. Morrison ... producer
Paul Wareing ... associate producer

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Nate Kohrs
Gary Tash

Film Editing by

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Georgia Hilton

Casting By

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Naomi Brockwell

Production Design by

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Lars Elling Lunde

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Alicia Criscuolo

Makeup Department

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Emily Gee ... key makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Melanie Merrill ... assistant director

Art Department

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Frank Colcone ... key construction rigger / lead practical effects rigger
Alicia Criscuolo ... property master
Paul Freely ... model maker

Sound Department

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Cody Blanton ... assistant mix engineer (as Cody Daniel)
Georgia Hilton ... sound effects editor
Charles Maynes ... re-recording mixer / sound designer / supervising sound editor
Peter K. Morrison ... sound mixer
Dan Smith ... sound effects editor (as Daniel Smith)
Kenneth Wilkinson ... dialogue editor / sound mixer

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David Eber ... visual effects artist
Georgia Hilton ... visual effects supervisor
David Hofberg ... visual effects artist
Benjamin Lane ... visual effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Peter Barry ... camera operator
Frank Colcone ... key grip
Marque DeWinter ... camera operator
Deborah Grosmark ... photographer
Lars Elling Lunde ... camera operator / gaffer
Luis Rafael Martinez ... first assistant camera
Helder Mira ... camera operator
Michael Roccio ... second assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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George E. Devlin ... costume assistant
Emily Gee ... wardrobe

Music Department

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Jeffrey Weber ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Genevieve Cashman ... script supervisor
George Cullen ... technical advisor
George E. Devlin ... military advisor: WWII
William Murray ... technical advisor
Bop Tweedie ... set medic

Thanks

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Brad King ... very special thanks
Steve Norman ... special thanks: National Security
Paula Roy ... very special thanks

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Plot Summary

It's 2013 and Peter Williams, an alcoholic and driven Professor of History at New York University, is obsessed with an old war story about the USS LIONFISH, a US Navy submarine that was mysteriously and suddenly chained, welded shut, sealed and locked to the pier in 1943. Peter, after becoming an embarrassment to the History Department, is forced to resign his position at BOSTON UNIVERSITY due to his drinking and his single minded obsession with the submarine story. That evening, Peter receives a mysterious visit from a man from the Department of the Navy. After years and years of trying, Peter is allowed to visit the submarine. Assembling his team of researchers and graduate students, including is ex-wife, Peter plans to finally perform research on board, and his team head to the USS LIONFISH... the first people to be allowed on the boat for over 80 years since... the event. Once on board, they become trapped by the boat itself and things only get worse for the team as the boat comes to life, and heads out to sea diving them into a pitched battle in 1943 with a German U-boat and attacked by their own US NAVY destroyer... Peter and his team are thrust into the untenable position of continuing to fight the LIONFISH, in order to save themselves, or changing sides, and fighting with the USS LIONFISH. With the fate of Peter, his crew, the USS LIONFISH, and the outcome of World War II hanging in the balance, Peter must make a decision that he never saw coming and could potentially... change the world forever. Written by stacey morris

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Also Known As
  • Sea Wolf (United Kingdom)
  • USS Lionfish (France)
Runtime
  • 122 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The cast loaded a real torpedo into one of the USS LIONFISH's forward torpedo tubes in real time in under 90 seconds. This is the first time a real torpedo was loaded by the cast of a movie in real time on screen. See more »

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