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zbtvd| The Hunley
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Director: John Gray
Screenplay: John Fasano, John Gray
Producer: Mitch Engel
Cast: Armand Assante, Donald Sutherland
Genre: War drama

Running Time: 1 hour, 34 minutes
Aspect Ratio:  1.33:1 ( )
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Studio:  Adelson Entertainment DVD Region:  TV
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Reviews:  I have loved submarines! The first one was invented in 1603 by Cornelius Drebbel, a Dutchman (I am Dutch). The first military use where it actually sunk a ship was the H. L. Hunley, a Confederate Navy sub (and I am part of the Bonney Blue Flag, the South, siding with Stonewall and Lee, and not with Davis).

I watched this TV movie made in 1999. The Hunley was found in 1995. The plot is about 85% accurate, which is pleasing to me as I’m sure it is to you.

Since it is a TV movie made in 1999, it pales in CGI effects, but when you consider “Jurrasic Park” was made in 1995, which blew the Dynamation up, its forgivable. Now the CGI work from TV and films are neck-and-neck.


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