Hell Boats is a 1970 British war film directed by Paul Wendkos that was filmed in Malta. It stars James Franciscus, Elizabeth Shepherd, and Ronald Allen in a story about British Motor Torpedo Boats in the Mediterranean in World War II. It was the last film made by Oakmont Productions, a branch of Mirisch Films. The film's technical advisor was Lieutenant Commander Ian Nagle Douglas Cox who was awarded the Distinguished Service Order whilst serving in HMS Malcolm in 1940.

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  • Hell Boats Information Pour plus de détails, voir et Hell Boats est un film américano-britannique réalisé par Paul Wendkos, sorti en 1970. (fr)
  • Hell Boats is a 1970 British war film directed by Paul Wendkos that was filmed in Malta. It stars James Franciscus, Elizabeth Shepherd, and Ronald Allen in a story about British Motor Torpedo Boats in the Mediterranean in World War II. It was the last film made by Oakmont Productions, a branch of Mirisch Films. The film's technical advisor was Lieutenant Commander Ian Nagle Douglas Cox who was awarded the Distinguished Service Order whilst serving in HMS Malcolm in 1940. (en)
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  • 0065825
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  • 1970-03-20 (xsd:date)
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  • Original film poster by Frank McCarthy
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  • Paul Beeson
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  • UK
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  • English
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  • Oakmont Productions
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  • Hell Boats
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  • Hell Boats Information Pour plus de détails, voir et Hell Boats est un film américano-britannique réalisé par Paul Wendkos, sorti en 1970. (fr)
  • Hell Boats is a 1970 British war film directed by Paul Wendkos that was filmed in Malta. It stars James Franciscus, Elizabeth Shepherd, and Ronald Allen in a story about British Motor Torpedo Boats in the Mediterranean in World War II. It was the last film made by Oakmont Productions, a branch of Mirisch Films. The film's technical advisor was Lieutenant Commander Ian Nagle Douglas Cox who was awarded the Distinguished Service Order whilst serving in HMS Malcolm in 1940. (en)
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  • Hell Boats (fr)
  • Hell Boats (en)
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  • Hell Boats (en)
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