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The crew of a submarine is trapped on the sea floor when it sinks. How can they be rescued before they run out of air?
The opening credits state as a disclaimer: "This film does not portray the latest Admiralty developments in submarine escape and salvage." Similary, this message is reiterated during the closing credits by saying "this film . . . does not portray the latest developments in submarine escape and salvage."
Why does the Navy insist on doing everything at the crack of dawn? The sea's there all day.
Lieutenant Commander Armstrong: It impresses the taxpayers.
In the scene where the destroyers are first seen searching for the Trojan, the pennant letters on the side of one of the destroyers are seen in reverse.
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