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The Deep (1977)

The Deep
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Jacqueline Bisset Jacqueline Bisset
Gail Berke
Nick Nolte Nick Nolte
David Sanders
Robert Shaw Robert Shaw
Romer Treece
Earl Maynard Earl Maynard
Bob Minor Bob Minor
Louis Gossett Jr. Louis Gossett Jr.
Henri Cloche
Eli Wallach Eli Wallach
Adam Coffin

Written by
Peter Benchley Peter Benchley
Tracy Keenan Wynn Tracy Keenan Wynn


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The Original

10 years, 7 months ago at Nov 15 1:39
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I came to the realization that this was the original prelude to the 2005 remake "Into the Blue" about half way through the film. This is a classic film starring three of the top actors from their time period and the suspenseful storyline is definitely entertaining. The original is no better, no worse than the remake, but I hate seeing the original after the remake for the simple concept that moder... read more
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Description: This visually stunning action-adventure film, based on the best-selling novel by JAWS author Peter Benchley, stars Nick Nolte and Jaqueline Bissett as a couple on a romantic holiday in Bermuda. New Yorkers, David Sanders (Nolte) and Gail Berke (Bissett) are enjoying a much-needed vacation; while diving one day they discover the sunken wreck of a WWII freighter and unearth a gold coin as well as a mysterious glass ampule. Excited, they believe their discovery could be a long lost treasure, but they soon learn that their most valuable discovery is actually an ampule of morphine, one of thousands left behind on the medical supply s ... (more)
Release date: 17 June 1977
UPC: 043396016897
Tags: Adventure (3), Mystery (3), Thriller (3), 1977 (2), 1970s (1), Horror (1), 70's (1), Drama (1), Scuba Diving (1)
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1977 : Top Box Office Sellers (10 movies items)

" Total Gross (USA) : $47.3 Million Budget : $9.0 Million Directed By Peter Yates Starring Nick Nolte / Jacqueline Bisset / Robert Shaw and featuring Eli Wallach as Adam Coffin "

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"First Watched 9/7/2016 A fine watch. The underwater scenes and shots are the highlights. The on land scenes and character interaction not so much XD"

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