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1 hour ago, lenquixote66 said:

I am currently watching High Seas on Netflix.Aside from the Poseidon Adventure can anyone name some others ?

Monkey Business (1931)

Romance on the High Seas (1948)

Bon Voyage! (1962)

Ship of Fools (1965)

Assault on a Queen (1966)

Death on the Nile (1978)

Table for Five (1983)

Speed 2:  Cruise Control (1997)

Out to Sea (1997)

Legend of 1900 (1998)

Alvin & the Chipmunks:  Chipwrecked (2011)

Like Father (2018)

 

 

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Out to Sea, a comedy with Jack Lemmon and Walter Mattheu. always entertains when I watch it.  

 

The most recent rendition of "Titanic" remains a favorite of mine.  I had never purchased a video of a movie until after I viewed this movie.  

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10 hours ago, getting older slowly said:

Legend of 1900   an interesting movie

 

The Perfect Storm

 

Or Submarine movies :-

K-19

Hunt for Red October

Das Boot

U-571

Ummm...I thought the subject was movie's about "Cruise's".:classic_wacko:

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13 minutes ago, jocap said:

Carry On Cruising... one of the many Carry On films... all of them  a bit wink wink nudge nudge.... Benny Hill type humour, if anyone remembers him.

 

I saw every one of them..I loved films with Naunton Wayne but alas never about cruising.

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23 minutes ago, Ashland said:

I believe it was a Greek ship ? Right ?

Correct

 

Bitter Moon

Filmed in part aboard the M.T.S. Odysseus, a cruise ship of Greece's Epirotiki Line. First launched in 1961 as the Princesa Isabel, Odysseus ended her career as the Lucky Star, a casino ship based out of Singapore. She was scrapped in Alang, India in April 2008, sixteen years after her appearance in this movie.

 

Also another point in Ghost Ship the only real ship used was the Tugboat

 

Sorry about including non cruise ship movies

 

Cheers Don

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16 hours ago, getting older slowly said:

Hunt for Red October

Das Boot

 

Yes, it's stretching the definitions for "movies about cruising", but of their type, hard to not be supportive of the Poster's selections.  Das Boot, in particular, was the most significant to me movie of submarine warfare that I had experienced.  It remains special.

 

If one visits the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, there is a special, extra cost pass required, for the USS Tang "experience".  I think I can guarantee you that you will leave that "experience"--not a movie--but an experience that will be profoundly moving and maybe even more appreciative of the sacrifices made by those who served during World War II.   

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