The Last Voyage1960

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The Last Voyage
Directed by:
Andrew L. Stone

Directed by Andrew L. Stone, "The Last Voyage" (also known as "Crociera del terrore, La", "Letzte Fahrt der Claridon, Die", "Höllenfahrt") is a Drama film, released in the USA on February 19 of 1960 . Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone are starring, alongside George Sanders, Edmond O'Brien, Woody Strode and Jack Kruschen.

Who is the director of "The Last Voyage":

The Last Voyage was directed by Andrew L. Stone, an American director, writer, and producer.

Before directing The Last Voyage, Andrew L. Stone had directed The Decks Ran Red, released in 1958, Cry Terror! (1958), Julie (1956), A Blueprint for Murder (1953), The Steel Trap (1952), and Highway 301 (1950). Since, he directed The Secret of My Success, released in 1965.

What was the release date of "The Last Voyage":

The Last Voyage was first released in the United States on Friday, February 19, 1960.. This was fifty-nine (59) years ago.

It has been released on January, 1961 in France; Thursday, September 01, 1960 in Germany and on Sunday, May 29, 1960 in Japan.

What is the casting of "The Last Voyage":

At the casting of The Last Voyage we find Robert Stack, previously seen in The Gift of Love (1958) and Great Day in the Morning (1956); Dorothy Malone (Warlock (1959), Too Much, Too Soon (1958)); George Sanders (A Touch of Larceny (1959), Solomon and Sheba (1959)) [ more... ]

  • Marshall Kent and Jack Kruschen, Joel Marston also appeared together in The Decks Ran Red, released in 1958.
  • Woody Strode and Jack Kruschen also worked together in The Buccaneer, released in 1958.
  • Jack Kruschen and Joel Marston have both also be seen in Harlow, released in 1965.

What is the Storyline of "The Last Voyage":

Laurie and Cliff Henderson and their daughter Jill are relocating to Tokyo and decide to sail to Japan on board the SS Claridon. A fire in the boiler room is extinguished quickly, but not before several safety valves have been fused shut. When Chief Engineer Pringle attempts to open one of them, a huge explosion rips through the boiler room and the many decks situated above it, killing him and passengers and trapping Laurie under a steel beam in her stateroom, in addition to opening a huge hole in [...]

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