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The Enemy Below   (1957)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 98 Minutes
Type |
Language | English, German
Genres | Action, Adventure, Drama, Thriller, War
In Color
Release Information USA
Release Information World
Directed by | Dick Powell
Cinematography by | Harold Rosson
Edited by | Stuart Gilmore
Cameras
Sound Systems
4-Track Stereo
Editing System
Finishing System
 
Cast
Capt. Murrell
Von Stolberg
'Heinie' Schwaffer
Von Holem
Quartermaster
QM1 Quiroga
FMB Operator
Chief Engineer
German Soldier
German Sailor
German Sailor
BMSN Corky
Radarman Andrews
American Sailor
Lt. Mackeson
BMSN Robbins
American Sailor
German Sailor
Albert - German Sailor
Lt. Bonelli
Ens. Merry
German Soldier
German Sailor
Messenger
Sonarman Lewis
Fireman
American Sailor
German Sailor
Torpedo Petty Officer
Directed by
Director
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Written by
Screenplay
Edited by
Produced by
Producer
Original Music by
Art Direction by
Art Director
Art Director
Set Decoration by
Set Decorations
Set Decorations
Costume Design by
Executive Wardrobe Designer
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Editorial Department
Color Consultant
Visual Effects Department
Special Photographic Effects
Special Effects Department
Sound Department
Sound Editor
Sound Effects
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe
Music Department
Vocal Supervisor
Conductor
Orchestrator
Musician: Drums
Musician: Violin
Musician: Violin
Musician: Trumpet
Musician: Clarinet
Musician: Trumpet
Musician: Bassoon
Orchestrator
Musician: French Horn
Musician: Cello
Musician: Piano
Musician: Clarinet
Musician: Guitar
Musician: Piano
Musician: Bass
Musician: Violin
Musician: Violin
Musician: Harp
Orchestra Manager
Additional Crew Members
Technical Adviser
Technical Adviser
Technical Adviser
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