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Submarine X-1 (1969) was a War - Drama Film directed by William A. Graham and produced by John C. Champion.

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The fifty-man allie submarine seen at the start of the movie was called the Gauntlet. The name of the German battleship also seen during the opening and later was called the 'Lindendorf'.
James Caan received top first billing. American actor Caan plays a Canadian (a Caanadian?) amongst a cast of characters who are predominantly English.
The movie utilizes black-and-white archive footage (such as for parachuting) as part of the story (not as historical reference) and as such these shots do not match. It is rare for this type of color - b/w inter-cutting to occur in full color movie where the archive footage is not intended to be a historical reference.
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Also directed by William A. Graham

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