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Ice Station Zebra

Ice Station Zebra(1968)

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Brief Synopsis

A sub commander on a perilous mission must ferret out a Soviet agent on his ship.

Cast & Crew

John Sturges Director
Rock Hudson Comdr. James Ferraday
Ernest Borgnine Boris Vaslov
Patrick McGoohan David Jones
Jim Brown Capt. Leslie Anders
Tony Bill Lieut. Russell Walker
Lloyd Nolan Admiral Garvey
Alf Kjellin Colonel Ostrovsky
Gerald S. O'Loughlin Lieut. Comdr. Bob Raeburn
Ted Hartley Lieut. Jonathan Hansen
Murray Rose Lieut. George Mills
Ron Masak Paul Zabrinczski
Sherwood Price Lieut. Edgar Hackett

Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  G Premiere Info:  Los Angeles opening: 23 Oct 1968
Release Date:  1968 Production Date:  [Super Panavision, see note]
A Martin Ransohoff Production
none available
Color/B&W:  Color (Metrocolor) Distributions Co:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.
Sound:  70 mm 6-Track Production Co:  Filmways, Inc.
Duration(mins):  152 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Ice Station Zebra

    Michael Whitty 2016-03-09

    A colorful adventure film which takes viewers to the North Pole and brings the Americans and the Russians together wanting a certain piece of film from a... MORE>

  • Corny

    Jack 2015-06-13

    It has a corny dialog and corny back drops. It's not a very good adventure movie. It could have been with the right script and actors. MORE>

  • Ice Station Zebra

    A. Malejs 2014-08-24

    All is well and good ... except the unforgivable snafu of shooting this otherwise gripping story on a cheap andunrealistic set (more appropriate for B... MORE>