Around the World Under the Sea (1966) - Rotten Tomatoes

Around the World Under the Sea (1966)

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Ivan Tors Productions, the firm responsible for such aquatic TV delights as Sea Hunt and Flipper, was the prime mover behind MGM's Around the World Under the Sea. The official stars include Lloyd Bridges, Shirley Eaton, Brian Kelly, David McCallum, Keenan Wynn, Marshall Thompson, and Gary Merrill. The real stars are underwater photographer Lamar Bowen, diving-sequence director Ricou Browning, and the folks in Tors' special effects department. The plot concerns a series of underwater volcanic eruptions. Sub commander Bridges (who else?) heads into the depths to find out the cause of the disturbances. Before the THE END sign presents itself, Bridges and his crew are nearly devoured by a sea monster and sucked into a vortex. Though the film's technology-both on-screen and behind the camera--is dated, Around the World Under the Sea is still credible, not to mention thoroughly enjoyable.

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Cast

David McCallum
as Dr. Philip Volker
Lloyd Bridges
as Dr. Doug Standish
Brian Kelly
as Dr. Craig Mosby
Marshall Thompson
as Dr. Orin Hillyard
Shirley Eaton
as Dr. Maggie Handford
Keenan Wynn
as Hank Stahl
Gary Merrill
as Dr. August Boren
Ron Hayes
as Brinkman
George Shibata
as Prof. Hamuru
Frank Logan
as Diligence Captain
Don Wells
as Sonar Man
Donald Linton
as Vice President
George De Vries
as Coast Guard Lieutenant
Joey Carter
as Technician
Celeste Yarnall
as Secretary
Paul Gray
as Pilot
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Forgettable Irwin Allenish underwater adventure.

June 1, 2005 | Rating: 2/5

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