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Sink the Bismarck | 1960 - FREE MOVIE! - Best Quality - War/Drama/Action: With Subtitles

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SINK THE BISMARCK: Short Summary - The World War II story of the British Navy's effort to defeat Nazi Germany's most powerful warship.

SINK THE BISMARCK: Full Synopsis - In 1941 Captain Jonathan Shepard takes over as Director of Operations at naval headquarters in London just as they receive reports that the Bismarck, the pride of the German navy, is going out to sea in the North Atlantic. Shepard argues in favor of moving as many ships as possible to the area to find her. In their first encounter with the Bismarck, the Royal Navy loses HMS Hood, the largest ship in the fleet while HMS Prince of Wales is severely damaged. Shepard then transfers ships from the Mediterranean fleet to go after Bismarck; they include the aircraft carrier Ark Royal on which his son Tom is serving as an aircraft gunner. Damaged in a second encounter, the Bismarck heads for Brest on the French coast and the safety of German coastal defenses and air cover. The only ship in range is the Ark Royal but in their first air sortie, they inadvertently attack HMS Sheffield when they mistake it for the Bismarck. In the second air sortie, they damage the Bismarck sufficiently to allow the surface fleet to catch up to her and sink her.

Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Produced by John Brabourne. Screenplay by Edmund H. North. Based on The Last Nine Days of the Bismarck
1958 novel by C. S. Forester. Music by Clifton Parker. Cinematography Christopher Challis. Edited by Peter R. Hunt. Cast Kenneth More as Captain Jonathan Shepard (More had served as a Royal Navy lieutenant in HMS Victorious during the war.) Dana Wynter as WRNS Second Officer Anne Davis, Laurence Naismith as First Sea Lord Admiral Sir Dudley Pound, Geoffrey Keen as Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (A.C.N.S.), Michael Goodliffe as Captain Banister Maurice Denham as Commander Richards, Peter Dyneley as Commander Jenkins (uncredited), Norman Shelley as voice of Winston Churchill (uncredited), Jack Watling as RNVR Signals Officer, Thomas Waldron Price as Flag Lieutenant to First Sea Lord, Sean Barrett as Able Seaman Brown, Victor Maddern as Able Seaman, in closing scene outside Admiralty (uncredited), Karel Štěpánek as Admiral Günther Lütjens in Bismarck, Carl Möhner as Captain Lindemann of Bismarck (voice: Robert Rietti), Walter Hudd as Admiral Holland, in HMS Hood
John Stuart as Captain Kerr of HMS Hood, Esmond Knight as Captain Leach of HMS Prince of Wales. (Knight served as a gunnery officer on board Prince of Wales, and was seriously injured and blinded during the battle with Bismarck.), Sydney Tafler as Henry, civilian workman aboard Prince of Wales, Ernest Clark as Captain Ellis, HMS Suffolk
Mark Dignam as Captain Maund, HMS Ark Royal, John Stride as Tom Shepard, Captain Shepard's son, TAG (Telegraphist/Air Gunner) in Ark Royal's Swordfish squadron (uncredited), David Hemmings as seaman in Ark Royal (uncredited), John Horsley as Captain, HMS Sheffield
Peter Burton as Captain Philip Vian, 4th Destroyer Flotilla, Jack Gwillim as Captain Wilfrid Patterson, HMS King George V. (Gwillim served 20 years in the Royal Navy, rising to the rank of commander.)
Michael Hordern as Admiral Sir John Tovey, C-in-C Home Fleet, in HMS King George V. (Hordern served as a lieutenant commander in HMS Illustrious during the war.), Johnny Briggs as Young Seaman on Prince of Wales (uncredited).

Sink the Bismarck 1960 - Best Quality - With Subtitles: War/Drama/Action

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