The Silent Service (1957– )

The Tshushima Straits Story 

At the urging of Vice Admiral Charles A. Lockwood, civilian scientists developed an electronic device that enabled submarines to detect floating and submerged mines. With this apparatus, a ... See full summary »

Director:

Sobey Martin

Writer:

Sidney Marshall (teleplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Thomas M. Dykers Thomas M. Dykers ... Himself - Host / Narrator
Nelson Leigh ... Admiral Charles A. Lockwood
William Henry ... Capt. Voge (as Bill Henry)
Michael Emmet Michael Emmet ... Comdr. Pierce (as Michael Emmett)
Warren Parker Warren Parker ... Dr. Henderson
Tom Greenway Tom Greenway ... Dr. Harnwell
Michael Garth Michael Garth ... Comdr. Sieglaff
Gil Frye Gil Frye ... 2nd Sonarman (as Gilbert Frye)
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At the urging of Vice Admiral Charles A. Lockwood, civilian scientists developed an electronic device that enabled submarines to detect floating and submerged mines. With this apparatus, a wolf-pack of nine subs entered the Sea of Japan in June 1945 and wreaked havoc with enemy shipping, contributing materially to the end of the war. Written by jimmie d

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Genres:

Action | War

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 1957 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
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