Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone and a ship load of passengers battle the odds on a luxury liner going down in Andrew L. Stone’s spine tingling disaster film The Last Voyage (1960).
Filmed on an actual liner that was sunk for the filming, the cast includes Oscar winners George Sanders as a distressed captain, Edmund O’Brien as a panicked mid-shipman and Woody Strode as a fearless crew member who attempts the impossible in order to save the lives of those who are trapped below. The perfect summer excursion, you’ll be on the edge of your seat for 90 unforgettable minutes! Steve Hayes
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