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Underwater! (9-Feb-1955)

Director: John Sturges

Writers: Walter Newman; Hugh King; Robert B. Bailey

Music by: Roy Webb

Producer: Harry Tatelman

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Treasure Hunt, Sharks

Two SCUBA divers, Dominic and Johnny, looking for sunken treasure find traces of the Santo Bello, a 17th century Spanish trading ship lost in the Caribbean. They raise necessary money and are joined by Johnny's wife Theresa, Catholic archaeologist Father Cannon, and Gloria, boat owner, to locate the vessel and attempt recovery. The film showcases both fine underwater scenery and the legs of Jane Russell, and is otherwise thoroughly formulaic. Watch in widescreen only.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph Calleia
Actor
4-Aug-1897 31-Oct-1975 Touch of Evil
Richard Egan
Actor
29-Jul-1921 20-Jul-1987 Samuel Clegg on Capitol
Robert Keith
Actor
10-Feb-1896 22-Dec-1966 Guys and Dolls
Perez Prado
Musician
11-Dec-1916 14-Sep-1989 Mambo king ("Dilo!")
Gilbert Roland
Actor
11-Dec-1905 15-May-1994 The Bad and the Beautiful
Jane Russell
Actor
21-Jun-1921 28-Feb-2011 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

CAST

Jane Russell   ...   Theresa
co-starring
Gilbert Roland   ...   Dominic
Richard Egan   ...   Johnny
Lori Nelson   ...   Gloria
with
Robert Keith   ...   Fr. Cannon
Joseph Calleia   ...   Rico
Eugene Iglesias   ...   Miguel
Ric Roman   ...   Jesus

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