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Hello Down There (25-Jun-1969)

Directors: Jack Arnold; Ricou Browning (underwater director)

Writers: Art Arthur; John McGreevey; Frank Telford; Ivan Tors

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy, Dolphins, Sharks

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Backus
25-Feb-1913 3-Jul-1989 Mr. Howell on Gilligan's Island
Ken Berry
3-Nov-1933   Capt. Parmenter on F Troop
Richard Dreyfuss
29-Oct-1947   Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Merv Griffin
Talk Show Host
6-Jul-1925 12-Aug-2007 The Merv Griffin Show and Jeopardy
Janet Leigh
6-Jul-1927 4-Oct-2004 Psycho
Harvey Lembeck
15-Apr-1923 5-Jan-1982 Cpl. Barbella on The Phil Silvers Show
Roddy McDowall
17-Sep-1928 3-Oct-1998 Planet of the Apes
Charlotte Rae
22-Apr-1926   Mrs. Garrett on The Facts of Life
Tony Randall
26-Feb-1920 18-May-2004 Felix Unger in The Odd Couple
Arnold Stang
28-Sep-1918 20-Dec-2009 Bespectacled character actor


Review by Dr. Robert Howard (posted on 19-Aug-2007)

With a cast of characters including Tony Randall, Janet Leigh, Jim Backus, Roddy McDowall, Ken Berry, Merv Griffin and Richard Drefuss this 1969 comedy film is not funny. It is basic non-comedy from the year in which Chappaquiddic, Woodstock and Charles Mansion became part of the American landscape. The premis is about a family living in an underwater home. It is a experimental home as this film should have been. It was reissued and retitled as "SUB-A-DUB-DUB". Director Jack Arnold must have been listening to the Beatles with the new title. (1969) C-98m.

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