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SOS Pacific
SOS Pacific FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byGuy Green
Written byGilbert Travers Thomas (story)
Bryan Forbes (dialogue)
Produced byPatrick Filmer Sankey
John G. Nasht
StarringRichard Attenborough
Pier Angeli
John Gregson
Eva Bartok
Eddie Constantine
CinematographyWilkie Cooper
Edited byArthur Stevens
Distributed byRank Organization
Release date
December 1959
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

SOS Pacific is a 1959 British drama film directed by Guy Green and starring Richard Attenborough and Pier Angeli.[1][2] The film was shot in black and white, but later underwent colourisation.

Plot synopsis

A flying boat is forced to ditch in the Pacific during a thunderstorm. Aboard are the owner-pilot Jack Bennett (John Gregson), the navigator Willy (Cec Linder), the flight attendant Teresa (Pier Angeli) and six passengers: a policeman, Petersen (Clifford Evans); his prisoner Mark (Eddie Constantine); Whitey Mullen (Richard Attenborough), a witness against Mark; Dr Strauss, a German scientist (Gunnar Möller); Miss Shaw, a middle-aged Englishwoman (Jean Anderson) and Maria, a young European woman (Eva Bartok).

The plane comes down near an island. The navigator has been killed by toxic gas produced when the wrong kind of extinguisher is used on an electrical fire aboard the plane but the others make it to land in two rubber dinghies. Just offshore a fleet of derelict ships is anchored. On the island are two concrete bunkers. In one, a number of goats are tethered. The other, which is lead-lined, contains cameras and measuring instruments. The cameras are trained on a device standing on a smaller island some distance away.

The castaways realise that they are in the middle of an H-Bomb testing range and that a bomb is to be detonated in a few hours.



  1. ^ "S O S Pacific (1959)". BFI.
  2. ^ "S.O.S. Pacific (1959) - Guy Green | Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related". AllMovie.

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