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Submarine command (1951) was a Drama - War Film directed by John Farrow and produced by Joseph Sistrom and John Farrow.

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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onNovember 17, 1952 with William Holden reprising his film role.
No ship of the United States Navy has ever borne the name USS Tiger Shark or Tigershark.
The aircraft carrier used in the film, CV-21 USS Boxer, never received any major modernization, and thus throughout her career (1945-1969) retained the classic appearance of a World War II Essex-class aircraft carrier ship. On 10 March 1948, she was the site of the first landing of a Navy jet aircraft (the FJ-1 Fury) aboard an aircraft carrier. She was also scheduled to be the prime recovery vessel for the Gemini 8 mission in March, 1966. This opportunity was missed, however, when Gemini 8 had an in-flight emergency and landed in the Western Pacific instead.
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