Britannic

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Britannic is a 2000 spy TV film, directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith and produced for cable network Fox Family. It is a fictional account of the sinking of the ship of the same name off the Greek island of Kea in November 1916; it features a German agent... read more

Britannic is a 2000 spy TV film, directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith and produced for cable network Fox Family. It is a fictional account of the sinking of the ship of the same name off the Greek island of Kea in November 1916; it features a German agent sabotaging her, which was then serving as a hospital ship for the British Army. It stars Edward Atterton and Amanda Ryan, with Jacqueline Bisset, Ben Daniels, John Rhys-Davies, and Bruce Payne as costars.

Original Release

01/10/2000

US Release

01/10/2000

Cast

Jacqueline Bisset Lady Lewis
Edward Atterton Reynolds
Amanda Ryan Vera Campbell
Ben Daniels Townsend
John Rhys-Davies Captain Barrett
Bruce Payne Doctor Baker
Alex Ferns Stoker Evans
Eleanor Oakley Sarah Lewis
Archie Davies William Lewis
Ed Stobart Mayfield
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Brian Trenchard-Smith

Writers

Brian Trenchard-Smith, Kim Owen Smith, Dennis A. Pratt, Brett Thompson

Cast

Jacqueline Bisset Lady Lewis
Edward Atterton Reynolds
Amanda Ryan Vera Campbell
Ben Daniels Townsend
John Rhys-Davies Captain Barrett
Bruce Payne Doctor Baker
Alex Ferns Stoker Evans
Eleanor Oakley Sarah Lewis
Archie Davies William Lewis
Ed Stobart Mayfield
Adam Bareham Radio Operator
David Lumsden German Radio Operator
Wolf Kahler Captain Kruger
Philip Rham Jurgens
Daniel Coonan Seamus
Daniel Tatarsky Martin
Martin Savage Sweeney
Francis Magee Reilly
Niven Boyd Captain Helm
David Begg Armed Sailor

Producers

David Forrest Executive Producer
Stephen P. Jarchow Executive Producer
Beau Rogers Executive Producer
Paul Colichman Producer
Mark R. Harris Producer
Judith Hunt Producer
Jeffrey Schenck Producer
Meinir Stoutt Producer

Editors

Rob Kobrin, Stan Cole, John Lafferty

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