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The Deep Six (1958) was a War - Drama Film directed by Rudolph Mat? and produced by Alan Ladd and Martin Rackin.

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This film's dedication states that the filmmakers " . . . dedicate this picture to the Destroyer Forces of the United States Navy."
The 'The New York Times' reported on 7 July 1957 that USS 'Stephen Potter' crew-members Albert D. Peters and George A. Smith were cast in actual parts for this movie.
The USS 'Poe' ship in this film was portrayed by the real-life Fletcher Class destroyer DD-538 USS 'Stephen Potter' for this movie. This vessel was named after World War I naval aviator Ensign Stephen Potter (1896-1918). The ship was chosen because of it was used during the Second World War.
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Also directed by Rudolph Maté




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Also produced by Alan Ladd




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Also released in 1958




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