Oceanquest (1985– )

TV Series   |    |  Documentary

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An adventurer-filmmaker-diver recruits a former Miss Universe to travel with him to explore the wonder and terror of the world's oceans. A classic pseudo-documentary, with scenes shot live ... See full summary »


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5 July 2006 | joybells-1
| Documentary ahead of its time!
My husband worked with Al Giddings at his place in California during the filming of another movie prior to this, so we were aware this series was being worked on and were anxious to tape it when it did hit the airwaves. We ran across that tape just the other day, 21 years later! We've just finished watching it again and enjoyed it as much this time, if not more. Even the old commercials were fun to watch. I Googled Shawn's name to see what she was up to these days and was delighted to find a place to comment on a wonderful, exciting documentary which we frequently had talked about over the years but thought we had lost the tape. This documentary was the first time we heard about Giddings' theory of aggression keeping sharks at bay if you run into them - and living in Florida, that just may come in handy some day! I wish there was some way to get someone to run it again as I think a new generation of people would thoroughly enjoy it.

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Release Date:

18 August 1985



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Box Office


$875,000 (estimated)

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