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Overview

At some point, somewhere in the relentless events of the Second World War: A submarine returns from a long, successful patrol. Shortly before their native coast, however, they are bombarded by enemy aircraft. The submarine sinks and for the men begins a fight for survival at 110 meters depth.

  1. Silvio Amadio

    Director, Story

  2. Carlo Romano

    Screenplay

  3. Luciano Vincenzoni

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Massimo Girotti

    Massimo Girotti

    Comandante

  2. Folco Lulli

    Folco Lulli

    Nostromo

  3. Jean-Marc Bory

    Jean-Marc Bory

    Tenente

  4. Alberto Lupo

    Alberto Lupo

    Radiotelegrafista

  5. Horst Frank

    Horst Frank

    Lo Sposino

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Wolves in the Abyss
Wolves in the Abyss

Facts

Original Title Lupi nell'abisso

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 30, 1959
    12
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    Children 12 or older admitted, children between 6 and 11 only when accompanied by parent or a legal guardian.

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 35m

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