R | | Adventure, Horror, Mystery
A mysterious ghostly freighter rams and sinks a modern day cruise ship whose survivors climb aboard the freighter and discover that it is a World War II Nazi torture vessel.
This movie and Agency (1980) were the first credited theatrical movie appearances of Saul Rubinek.
Signal him to alter course.
Seaman No. 1: I already have, sir.
Ashland: Well, signal him again, damnit.
Towards the end when Marshall jumps out of the hatch to tackle Ashland he is jumping towards the outer railing, but when the camera angle changes is movements are in the opposite direction. Even assuming the he over jumped and passed Ashland, the hatch that he jumped out of would be visible behind him, but it is not. The struggle was obviously shot at a different point along the ship than where the hatch was located.
The German TV version was cut by several minutes including nearly all scenes of violence, dead bodies and Nazi content. The old Videoversion (VPS Video) is uncut.
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