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Sea Wolves
     

The Sea Wolves

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Director: Andrew V. McLaglen, Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, David Niven

Cast: Andrew V. McLaglen, Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, David Niven

 

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Andrew McLaglen's World War II adventure film The Sea Wolves comes to DVD with a pair of transfers. The widescreen anamorphic transfer preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and is preferable to the standard full-frame image. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and French subtitles are

Overview

Andrew McLaglen's World War II adventure film The Sea Wolves comes to DVD with a pair of transfers. The widescreen anamorphic transfer preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and is preferable to the standard full-frame image. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and French subtitles are accessible. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, but this Warner Brothers offers excellent picture and solid sound quality making it worthwhile for any genre enthusiast.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/23/1999
UPC:
0012569070929
Original Release:
1981
Rating:
PG
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Time:
2:00:00

Special Features

Interactive menus; Scene access; Subtitles: English & Français

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gregory Peck Lt. Col. Lewis Pugh
Roger Moore Capt. Gavin Stewart
David Niven Col. W.H. Grice
Trevor Howard Jack Cartwright
Barbara Kellerman Mrs. Cromwell
Patrick MacNee Maj. Yogi Crossley
Patrick Allen Colin Mackenzie
Bernard Archard Underhill
Allan Cuthbertson Melborne
Kenneth Griffith Wilton
Donald Houston Hilliard
Glyn Houston Peters
Percy Herbert Dennison
Patrick Holt Barker
Wolf Kahler Trompeta
Michael Medwin Radcliffe
John Standing Finley
Graham Stark Manners
Jack Watson MacLean
Brook Williams Butterworth
Marc Zuber Ram Das Gupta
George Mikell Capt. Rofer
Morgan Sheppard Lovecroft
Edward Dentith Lumsdaine
Clifford Earl Sloane
Robert Hoffman U-Boat Captain
Dan van Husen 1st Officer
Mohan Agashe Brothel Keeper
Jurgen Andersen German First Officer
Martin Benson Mr. Montero
Faith Brook Mrs. Grice
Scot Finch Croupier
Martin Grace Kruger
Victor Langley Williamson
Terence Labrosse Malverne
Keith Stevenson Manuel
Moray Watson Broone

Technical Credits
Andrew V. McLaglen Director
Jorge L. Araneta Co-producer
Bert Batt Asst. Director
Roy Budd Score Composer
Sidney Cain Production Designer
Syd Cain Production Designer
Maurice Cain Art Director
Chris Chrisafis Executive Producer
Elsa Fennell Costumes/Costume Designer
John Glen Editor
Tony Imi Cinematographer
Euan Lloyd Producer
Reginald Rose Screenwriter

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Index
1. Gearing For Battle [2:46]
2. Dashing For Drinks [2:29]
3. War Talks Over Lunch [2:27]
4. Delhi Meet [2:39]
5. Taking A Gamble [8:10]
6. Priorities [1:10]
7. Calling On Ram [6:02]
8. Agents on the move [3:32]
9. Country first [1:06]
10. Not so good night [5:25]
11. An appointment with Trompeta [3:27]
12. Unpleasant news [2:19]
13. Volunteer work [1:50]
14. Welcome preparations [:41]
15. Get in line [1:28]
16. Vollley of information [:34]
17. Gonna steal a ship [2:08]
18. Training for battle [6:27]
19. Casting off [:35]
20. A train to catch [:56]
21. By land and by sea [3:18]
22. Sea faring [2:35]
23. Negotiations [1:41]
24. Salutations and explanations [2:34]
25. Bath instructions [1:40]
26. Unfathomable to sink [:45]
27. Sailor's gift [1:44]
28. An enjoyable encounter [1:35]
29. Late-night meeting [:23]
30. Church and Seizure [3:07]
31. The Mission [1:55]
32. A special invitation [2:23]
33. Back on track:receiving instructions [1:33]
34. Taking shots [3:38]
35. Cover Story and last reminders [2:06]
36. Tragedy of errors [6:57]
37. Boozing up [6:01]
38. All aboard [2:54]
39. Searching for the radio room [3:25]
40. Mishap massacre [4:18]
41. Engine misfire [3:35]
42. Boats ablaze [1:58]
43. A quiet ending [:39]
Side #2 --
1. Gearing for battle [2:46]
2. Dashing for drinks [2:29]
3. War talks over lunch [2:27]
4. Delhi meet [2:39]
5. Taking a gamble [8:10]
6. Priorities [1:10]
7. Calling on Ram [6:02]
8. Agents on the move [3:32]
9. Country first [1:06]
10. Not so good night [5:25]
11. An appointment with Trompeta [3:27]
12. Unpleasant news [2:19]
13. Volunteer work [1:50]
14. Welcome preparations [:41]
15. Get in line [1:28]
16. Volley of information [:34]
17. Gonna steal a ship [2:08]
18. Training for battle [6:27]
19. Casting off [:35]
20. A train to catch [:56]
21. By land and by sea [3:18]
22. Sea faring [2:35]
23. Negotiations [1:41]
24. Salutations and explanations [2:34]
25. Bath instructions [1:40]
26. Unfathomable to sink [:45]
27. Sailor's gift [1:44]
28. An enjoyable encounter [1:35]
29. Late-night meeting [:23]
30. Church and seizure [3:07]
31. The mission [1:55]
32. A special invitation [2:23]
33. Back on track;receiving instructions [1:33]
34. Taking shots [3:38]
35. Cover story and last reminders [2:06]
36. Tragedy of errors [6:57]
37. Boozing up [6:01]
38. All aboard [2:54]
39. Searching for the radio room [3:25]
40. Mishap massacre [4:18]
41. Engine misfire [3:35]
42. Boats ablaze [1:58]
43. A Quiet ending [:39]

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The Sea Wolves 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A wonderful movie about an over the hill group of commandoes who go on a mission that the regular army cannot, due to politics. Similar in scope to 'The Guns of Navarone,' the pace is enjoyable as the objective comes closer. It is fun to see over aged men take on the stress of a dangerous mission against sizeable odds.
SBS More than 1 year ago
I remembered watching The Sea Wolves years ago and how much I enjoyed it. It is a well done presentation of an actual, even if not well known, event from World War II. Gregory Peck and David Niven do a great job as do a group of familiar faced British extras.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago