Unter Wasser rund um die Welt (1966)

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Unter Wasser rund um die Welt: Directed by Andrew Marton. With Lloyd Bridges, Brian Kelly, Shirley Eaton, David McCallum. The crew of a five-man submarine travels the world oceans, planting sensors on the ocean floor to warn scientists of any impending earthquakes.

“The film is definitely out dated with a group of world class scientists who are brought together to save the world from an impending volcanic eruption which could take place imminently from the bottom of the sea floor. Although the director attempts to bring some level of suspense and action with large sea creatures and explosive devices that have the oceans waves hit fifty (50) feet into the air, the only time I got a rise was when the petite and only female scientist Dr. Margaret E. u0026#39;Maggieu0026#39; Hanford (Shirley Eaton) on board this submarine appeared on the screen.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe cast was decent enough as was the cinematography. What blew it for me (no pun intended) was the continual bombardment and use of explosions in a useless attempt to build action and adventure when none was present.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI was disappointed in both the story line and filmu0026#39;s lack of any meaningful plot as well as the over abundance of meaningless explosions all in a failed attempt to build suspense and danger. It just did nothing for me except for the appearance of eye candy Shirley Eaton, who was the only worthy film presence.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI rate it a dismal 4 out of 10”


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