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Ice Station Zebra

by Rock Hudson (author) , Ernest Borgnine (author) , Patrick McGoohan (author) , Jim Brown (author) , Tony Bill (author) , Lloyd Nolan (author) , Lee Stanley (author) , Alf Kjellin (author) , Gerald S. O'Loughlin (author)
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### Product DescriptionIce Station Zebra (DVD)As the United States and the Soviet Union face each other on the brink of global war, a state-of-the-art nuclear submarine sprints under the Arctic ice cap on a top-secret race to Ice Station Zebra. Ostensibly speeding to rescue survivors of the burned-out scientific outpost, the crew doesn't know they are on a suicide mission to beat the Soviets to a falling Russian satellite--...
### Product DescriptionIce Station Zebra (DVD)As the United States and the Soviet Union face each other on the brink of global war, a state-of-the-art nuclear submarine sprints under the Arctic ice cap on a top-secret race to Ice Station Zebra. Ostensibly speeding to rescue survivors of the burned-out scientific outpost, the crew doesn't know they are on a suicide mission to beat the Soviets to a falling Russian satellite-- containing information that could tip the balance of power. With bad weather over the pole grounding American, British and Soviet jets, the submarine racing out of sight under the sea ice may reach the satellite crash site first ... but the Russians have a plan to thwart the submarine's dash to Ice Station Zebra.]]>### Amazon.comOut of step with the public mood when it was released in 1968, _Ice Station Zebra_ has held up decently as a Guy's Movie. Based on an Alistair MacLean novel, the film is half submarine picture and half spy puzzler, short on action but long on military chatter and espionage gamesmanship. Rock Hudson, looking seasoned and just a little miffed, gives one of his better performances as the captain of a nuclear sub, ordered to the Arctic to check out a disturbance at a research station on the floating ice. He doesn't know the mission, but he's stuck with mysterious passengers: haughty British agent Patrick McGoohan, back-slapping Russian operative Ernest Borgnine, and hostile Marine captain Jim Brown. McGoohan gets the film's best lines and finest fur jacket, but Brown is pretty cool in a smaller role.John Sturges directs, with customary deliberateness; at times the movie seems to be suffering from iron-poor blood. Much of the dialogue is pretty sharp, especially in the submarine half, enough to keep you engrossed if you're in the mood for this kind of thing. When the action shifts to the ice, the studio-bound sets inevitably take their toll. It's not hard to see how this large, old-fashioned project misfired in the era of _Bonnie and Clyde_ and _The Graduate_ , but the more tantalizing question is: Why did this movie become an obsessive favorite of Howard Hughes? Maybe he liked how clean it all looks. _\--Robert Horton_
Format: DVD
Language: english
Release Date: 2005-09-27
Number of discs: 1
Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
Studio: WarnerBrothers
Actors: Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine, Patrick McGoohan, Jim Brown, Tony Bill, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Stanley, Alf Kjellin, Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Director: John Sturges
Theatrical Release Date: 2005-01-11
Run time: 148 minutes
Subtitles: english, spanish, french
Format: DVD
Language: english
Release Date: 2005-09-27
Number of discs: 1
Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
Studio: WarnerBrothers
Actors: Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine, Patrick McGoohan, Jim Brown, Tony Bill, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Stanley, Alf Kjellin, Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Director: John Sturges
Theatrical Release Date: 2005-01-11
Run time: 148 minutes
Subtitles: english, spanish, french
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Format: DVD
Language: english
Release Date: 2005-09-27
Number of discs: 1
Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
Studio: WarnerBrothers
Actors: Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine, Patrick McGoohan, Jim Brown, Tony Bill, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Stanley, Alf Kjellin, Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Director: John Sturges
Theatrical Release Date: 2005-01-11
Run time: 148 minutes
Subtitles: english, spanish, french
Format: DVD
Language: english
Release Date: 2005-09-27
Number of discs: 1
Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
Studio: WarnerBrothers
Actors: Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine, Patrick McGoohan, Jim Brown, Tony Bill, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Stanley, Alf Kjellin, Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Director: John Sturges
Theatrical Release Date: 2005-01-11
Run time: 148 minutes
Subtitles: english, spanish, french
### Product DescriptionIce Station Zebra (DVD)As the United States and the Soviet Union face each other on the brink of global war, a state-of-the-art nuclear submarine sprints under the Arctic ice cap on a top-secret race to Ice Station Zebra. Ostensibly speeding to rescue survivors of the burned-out scientific outpost, the crew doesn't know they are on a suicide mission to beat the Soviets to a falling Russian satellite--...
### Product DescriptionIce Station Zebra (DVD)As the United States and the Soviet Union face each other on the brink of global war, a state-of-the-art nuclear submarine sprints under the Arctic ice cap on a top-secret race to Ice Station Zebra. Ostensibly speeding to rescue survivors of the burned-out scientific outpost, the crew doesn't know they are on a suicide mission to beat the Soviets to a falling Russian satellite-- containing information that could tip the balance of power. With bad weather over the pole grounding American, British and Soviet jets, the submarine racing out of sight under the sea ice may reach the satellite crash site first ... but the Russians have a plan to thwart the submarine's dash to Ice Station Zebra.]]>### Amazon.comOut of step with the public mood when it was released in 1968, _Ice Station Zebra_ has held up decently as a Guy's Movie. Based on an Alistair MacLean novel, the film is half submarine picture and half spy puzzler, short on action but long on military chatter and espionage gamesmanship. Rock Hudson, looking seasoned and just a little miffed, gives one of his better performances as the captain of a nuclear sub, ordered to the Arctic to check out a disturbance at a research station on the floating ice. He doesn't know the mission, but he's stuck with mysterious passengers: haughty British agent Patrick McGoohan, back-slapping Russian operative Ernest Borgnine, and hostile Marine captain Jim Brown. McGoohan gets the film's best lines and finest fur jacket, but Brown is pretty cool in a smaller role.John Sturges directs, with customary deliberateness; at times the movie seems to be suffering from iron-poor blood. Much of the dialogue is pretty sharp, especially in the submarine half, enough to keep you engrossed if you're in the mood for this kind of thing. When the action shifts to the ice, the studio-bound sets inevitably take their toll. It's not hard to see how this large, old-fashioned project misfired in the era of _Bonnie and Clyde_ and _The Graduate_ , but the more tantalizing question is: Why did this movie become an obsessive favorite of Howard Hughes? Maybe he liked how clean it all looks. _\--Robert Horton_
### Product Description

Ice Station Zebra (DVD)

As the United States and the Soviet Union face each other on the brink of global war, a state-of-the-art nuclear submarine sprints under the Arctic ice cap on a top-secret race to Ice Station Zebra. Ostensibly speeding to rescue survivors of the burned-out scientific outpost, the crew doesn't know they are on a suicide mission to beat the Soviets to a falling Russian satellite-- containing information that could tip the balance of power. With bad weather over the pole grounding American, British and Soviet jets, the submarine racing out of sight under the sea ice may reach the satellite crash site first ... but the Russians have a plan to thwart the submarine's dash to Ice Station Zebra.

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Out of step with the public mood when it was released in 1968, _Ice Station Zebra_ has held up decently as a Guy's Movie. Based on an Alistair MacLean novel, the film is half submarine picture and half spy puzzler, short on action but long on military chatter and espionage gamesmanship. Rock Hudson, looking seasoned and just a little miffed, gives one of his better performances as the captain of a nuclear sub, ordered to the Arctic to check out a disturbance at a research station on the floating ice. He doesn't know the mission, but he's stuck with mysterious passengers: haughty British agent Patrick McGoohan, back-slapping Russian operative Ernest Borgnine, and hostile Marine captain Jim Brown. McGoohan gets the film's best lines and finest fur jacket, but Brown is pretty cool in a smaller role.

John Sturges directs, with customary deliberateness; at times the movie seems to be suffering from iron-poor blood. Much of the dialogue is pretty sharp, especially in the submarine half, enough to keep you engrossed if you're in the mood for this kind of thing. When the action shifts to the ice, the studio-bound sets inevitably take their toll. It's not hard to see how this large, old-fashioned project misfired in the era of _Bonnie and Clyde_ and _The Graduate_ , but the more tantalizing question is: Why did this movie become an obsessive favorite of Howard Hughes? Maybe he liked how clean it all looks. _\--Robert Horton_

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