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KTJ

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  1. Title says it all. I think it's from late 40s - early 50s. Engineers keep warning officials of defects on a battleship, repairs are badly needed, concerns are dismissed by higher ups. A bit like No Highway in the Sky. Interesting technical detail. Very good actors & exposition. At the very end they're in a bad storm, ship starts breaking up, flooding, and a massive piece of machinery on a lower deck gets loose and is rolling back and forth slamming into the bulkheads, and there's a guy down there desperately trying to evade the thing but it ends up crushing him. Now I know this
  2. I wish they'd re-release the 2001 and 2002 ones. I read a rumor that they felt they'd left out some important actors or that they couldn't legally use the music any more. Wouldn't it ever be possible for Sabotage to recreate them with the right actors and maybe different music?
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