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The Underwater City 1962

NR CC

For the construction of the world's first underwater city, Bob Gage (William Lundigan) is assigned to supervise the work for Tim Graham's (Roy Roberts) engineering firm. Once the necessary pilings have been sunk deep into the ocean's bed, Gage employs a team of crack frogmen to assemble the pre-fabricated parts and cells of the complex sub-sea honeycomb. And while completing the project for Dr...

Starring:
William Lundigan, Julie Adams
Runtime:
1 hour, 17 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction
Director Frank McDonald
Starring William Lundigan, Julie Adams
Supporting actors Roy Roberts, Carl Benton Reid, Chet Douglas, Paul Dubov, Karen Norris, Kathie Browne, Edward Mallory, Edmund Cobb, Roy Damron, George DeNormand, Paul Power, Vince Williams
Studio Columbia Pictures
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Christopher on February 7, 2016
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This is a pretty horrible movie. They take an interesting concept and over-explain it documentary style (including narration)...turns what could have been a cool sci fi underwater adventure into a borring mock-science film. The acting is beyond terrible, I can"t fathom where they found the lead. Old and out of shape with zero charisma. The entire cast is pretty terrible. SFX are terrible even for the time (See 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to see this done correctly around the same time as this clunker was made). Instead of even trying underwater photography they have these people in faux diving suits with bubble machines attached to then.... model work is unimaginative to say the least. The whole thing is bad and what's worse its all boring...
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Probably inspired by Irwin Allen's Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea movie the previous year. Somewhat slow moving film about the design and construction of Amphibia, the first underwater city. Besides being seen as an experimental prototype, the times are reflected in the secondary uses as an underwater Distant Early Warning Line, a nuclear missile submarine servicing base, and as a survival shelter in the case of world nuclear war. Some science errors make this more of interest to the genre fans.
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Bubble machines for underwater air bubbles! It doesn't get better than that! Julie Adams looked as though she was wishing Rico Browning would swim up and take her off that flick! It was just that good!
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Awful ..simply a waste of money ... nothing and I mean nothing in this is worth your time
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This was my very first attempt downloading Amazon's "Instant Video" format. It was new and a bit tricky, but once you get the hang of it ... quite easy. The transfer and color were nice, but the only complaint I have is ... . why did they not offer a standard DVD option to buy?? I wanted to put the movie onto my iPhone (so that I could enjoy it while out or traveling), or even as a DVD product (so that I could play it on my home theater system). Instead the 'Instant Video' copy is so heavily protected that it seems I can only enjoy the film on my PC (very uncomfortable and inconvenient way to enjoy a film). Overall, I really don't see the point of it all ... but I wanted the film as a collector and would have glady paid double the price to own a DVD copy, so I did the download only to have the movie in my collection.
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