Approved | | Adventure, Drama
Two scuba divers find a shipwreck which may contain undiscovered treasure, however, their attempt to salvage it is threatened by scavengers.
The film premiered underwater to a group of journalists and others wearing diving equipment. The premiere was prior to the national release date of Feb. 9, 1955, and was held in Silver Springs, Florida.
When the shark hunters come about the "SANS SOUCI" towards the end of the film, it is clear this shot is actually shot in reverse. The life preserver shows the gold lettering as a mirror-image. This was probably due to the fact that the boats were in the opposite direction while photographed in the ocean and were flipped when photographed on the studio set. They had to show that particular take in reverse for the sake of continuity. The name of the boat "SANS SOUCI" means "carefree" or "without worries".
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