🎥 Battle Stations – 1956
The Story …
In the throes of World War II, amid the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, a U.S. submarine named the USS Narwhal becomes the stage for a gripping maritime saga.
“Battle Stations” (1956) plunges us into the depths of the conflict, following the harrowing journey of the sub’s crew as they embark on a mission fraught with danger.
The story begins with the USS Narwhal, a sleek and formidable submarine commanded by Captain John Prescott, played by John Lund. As the crew goes about their duties, it becomes evident that this is no ordinary voyage.
They are on a clandestine mission behind enemy lines in the heart of the Pacific theatre …
Their objective is clear: to gather vital intelligence, disrupt enemy operations, and strike a decisive blow against Japanese forces. The crew, a diverse and determined group of individuals, must work together seamlessly to accomplish this daunting task.
As the USS Narwhal dives deeper into enemy waters, tension mounts. The vastness of the ocean conceals both the sub and its adversaries, leading to suspenseful encounters with enemy ships and the ever-present threat of depth charges. The confined quarters of the submarine intensify the sense of danger, as the crew navigates treacherous waters and eludes detection.
Amid the turmoil and danger, the crew’s camaraderie shines through. Their loyalty to one another becomes a beacon of hope in the darkness of war. Each member of the crew faces personal challenges and sacrifices, cementing the bonds that unite them as they brave the perils of submarine warfare.
“If you love submarines, you will love this! …”
- Directed by : Lewis Seiler
- Written by : Crane Wilbur and Ben Finney
- Produced by : Bryan Foy
- Cinematography : Burnett Guffey
- Edited by :Jerome Thoms
- Music by :Mischa Bakaleinikoff
- Production Company : Columbia Pictures
- Distributed by : Columbia Pictures
- Release Date : February 1, 1956
- John Lund as Father Joseph McIntyre
- William Bendix as Buck Fitzpatrick
- Keefe Brasselle as Chris Jordan
- Richard Boone as The Captain
- William Leslie as Ens. Pete Kelly
- John Craven as Cmdr. James Matthews
- Jimmy Lydon as Squawk Hewitt
- Claude Akins as Marty Brennan
- George O’Hanlon as Patrick Mosher
- Eddie Foy III as Tom Short
- James O’Hara as Williams
- Robert Stevenson as John Moody
- Jon Locke as Wallakowski
- Carleton Young as Rear Admiral
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