The Hunley

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The true story of the world's first submarine and its maritime usage by the Confederacy during the U.S. Civil War.
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Overview

The true story of the world's first submarine and its maritime usage by the Confederacy during the U.S. Civil War.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/16/2000
  • UPC: 053939659139
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Turner Home Ent
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Armand Assante Lieutenant Dixon
Donald Sutherland Pierre Gustave Beauregard
Alex Jennings Lieutenant Alexander
Christopher Bauer Simpkins
Gerry Becker Captain Pickering
Michael Dolan Becker
Sebastian Roche Collins
Michael Stuhlbarg Wicks
Jeff Mandon Miller
Technical Credits
John Gray Director, Screenwriter
Andrew Adelson Executive Producer
Tracey Alexander Executive Producer
Maryann Brandon Editor
Randy Edelman Score Composer
Mitch Engel Producer
Olivia Harris Casting
Phyllis Huffman Casting
George Manasse Co-producer
Roy Forge Smith Production Designer
John Thomas Cinematographer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2003

    Triumph to Tragedy

    An absorbing account of the trials and tribulations that beset the crew of the H.L Hunley. A strong cast and dynamic direction vibrates throughout this film. Strangely enough, this film left me emotional as each actor vividly brings the characters to life and the screenplay is taunt with tension.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2000

    Heroism and Tragedy Beneath the Waves

    An excellent dramatic treatment of one of the largely unknown episodes of the Civil War. Even more topical now that the real C.S.S. Hunley has just been raised off the coast of Charleston, this movie tells the story of the last-ditch attempt by the Confederacy to break the crippling Union blockade and the lengths to which her crew would go to see the constricting band of Union warships destroyed. John Gray's superb script and direction take centerstage here, brought to life by an outstanding cast led by Armand Assante (delivering one of his strongest performances). Of particular interest is this relatively rare portrayal of the almost apocolyptic destruction wreaked upon the cities of the South (not including the over-the-top burning of Atlanta presented in technicolor oversaturation in ''Gone with the Wind''). If you enjoy this movie, try also John Gray's adaptation of ''The Day Lincoln Was Shot'' with Lance Henriksen in very powerful performance as the assassinated president.

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