The Silent Service (1957– )

The Squalus Story 

USS Squalus sinks off of New Hampshire in 1939. New rescue equipment is used to rescue half of the crew.

Director:

Sobey Martin

Writer:

Leonard Lee (teleplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Thomas M. Dykers Thomas M. Dykers ... Himself - Host / Narrator
Willis Bouchey ... Cole
Ken Lynch ... Mihalowski
Robert Rockwell ... Sharp
Willard Sage ... Harmon - Diver
Bud Slater Bud Slater ... Torpedoman
Michael Hagan Michael Hagan ... 2nd Squalus Officer (as Michael Hagen)
Kem Dibbs Kem Dibbs ... Chief MacDonald
Mickey Simpson ... 2nd Squalus C.P.O.
Henry Rowland Henry Rowland ... Sibitzki - Diver
Richard Walsh Richard Walsh ... Wilkin
Hugh Pryor Hugh Pryor ... Sailor
Michael Carey Michael Carey ... Sailor
Richard Vogel Richard Vogel ... Sailor
Philip Bourneuf ... Lt. Cmdr. Charles Momsen
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USS Squalus sinks off of New Hampshire in 1939. New rescue equipment is used to rescue half of the crew.

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Genres:

Action | War

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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 November 1958 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Westrex Recording System)
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According to the closing credits, the submarine sequences were filmed aboard the USS Sawfish. See more »

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