Torpedo Zone

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Originally titled La Grande Speranza, retitled Submarine Attack and Torpedo Zone in English, this low-key anti-war film is slow-moving and lacking in dramatic tension by action film standards, but conveys its message effectively. read more

Originally titled La Grande Speranza, retitled Submarine Attack and Torpedo Zone in English, this low-key anti-war film is slow-moving and lacking in dramatic tension by action film standards, but conveys its message effectively. It is notable for being shot inside and on the deck of an actual submarine, and for winning both the Special Prize of the Senate of Berlin and the OCIC Award at the Berlin International Film Festival. Also noteworthy is the subsequent career of the only woman in the film, Lois Maxwell, who went on to play Miss Moneypenny in 14 James Bond films.

Original Release

06/03/1955

Cast

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