Last Voyage, The (1960) - Open, Fire In The Engine Room
Opening narration, the real name of the ship rented (and partially sunk) by Andrew and Virginia Stone, who produced together, as he wrote and directed and she edited, was the Ile de France, as we meet George Sanders as the captain, Joel Marston his 3rd officer, and briefly Woody Strode and Edmond OBrien, in The Last Voyage, 1960.
Last Voyage, The - (Original Trailer)
The actual ocean liner Ile de France took The Last Voyage (1960) in this sinking-ship drama starring Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone.
Last Voyage, The (1960) - That's My Brave Girl!
With mom (Dorothy Malone) pinned in the wreckage of their cabin after an on-board explosion, pleasure cruiser Henderson (Robert Stack) must rescue his daughter Jill (Tammy Marihugh) from certain death, while the ships captain (George Sanders) on the bridge attempts to organize, in the early disaster epic The Last Voyage, 1960.
Last Voyage, The (1960) - Get Me A Crowbar!
The first encounter for the captain (George Sanders), whose priority so far has been to preserve calm despite the fire on board, with the Hendersons (Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone and Tammy Marihugh as Jill), then Woody Strode, Jack Kruschen and Richard Norris in the engine room, in independent producer Andrew L. Stones The Last Voyage, 1960.
Last Voyage, The (1960) - There's No Danger
Resourceful father Henderson (Robert Stack) assures his wife (Dorothy Malone) and their already rescued daughter (Tammy Marihugh) that hell be able to find a torch to free her from the wreckage, encountering Edmond OBrien and Woody Strode tending to other emergencies, in director Andrew L. Stones luxury-liner disaster drama, The Last Voyage, 1960.
Dave Karger Intro -- The Last Voyage (1960)
TCMs Dave Karger introduces The Last Voyage, 1960.