Around the World Under the Sea

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Around the World Under the Sea
Around the World Under the Sea.jpg
Around the World Under the Sea film poster by Frank McCarthy
Directed by Andrew Marton
Produced by Ben Chapman
Andrew Marton
Ivan Tors
Written by Elmer Parsons
Art Arthur
Starring Lloyd Bridges
Brian Kelly
Music by Harry Sukman
Cinematography Clifford H. Poland Jr.
Edited by Warren Adams
Distributed by MGM
Release dates June 22, 1966
Running time 110 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Around the World Under the Sea is a 1966 science fiction film directed by Andrew Marton and starring Lloyd Bridges, with Marshall Thompson, Shirley Eaton, Gary Merrill, and David McCallum. It follows the adventures of a crew of the deep-diving nuclear-powered civilian research submarine Hydronaut making a submerged circumnavigation of the world to plant monitoring sensors on the ocean floor that will help scientists better predict impending earthquakes. Although Jules Verne isn't credited by the film makers, his influence can be seen throughout the film.

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Actor Role
Lloyd Bridges Dr. Doug Standish
Brian Kelly Dr. Craig Mosby
Shirley Eaton Dr. Margaret E. 'Maggie' Hanford
David McCallum Dr. Philip Volker
Keenan Wynn Hank Stahl
Marshall Thompson Dr. Orin Hillyard
Gary Merrill Dr. August 'Gus' Boren
Ron Hayes Brinkman
George Shibata Prof. Uji Hamaru
Donald Linton Vice President of the USA
Frank Logan Captain of the Diligence
Don Wells Sonar Man on the Diligence
Jack Ewalt Jack Smith, Mining Platform Superintendent
George De Vries Coast Guard Lieutenant
Tony Gulliver Officer
Joey Carter Technician
Celeste Yarnall Secretary
Paul Gray Pilot
Submarine Hydronaut

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