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Re: New WWII sub movie, “Below&#8221
Posted by: Cliff ()
Date: October 29, 2002 05:11PM

<HTML>I must say that as a thriller, "Below" worked very well as a film. Aside from the WWII setting on a submarine, it's a classic locked haunted house film. My question is how accurate were the hooks that the German ship used. I'm not a real sub afficianado, but I've never heard of hooks and chains being used as ASW tools. I'd appreciate any confirmation of their use here. Thanks in advance!</HTML>

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New WWII sub movie, &amp;#8220;Below&amp;#8221; Leif... 10/25/2002 04:28PM
Re: New WWII sub movie, &amp;#8220;Below&amp;#8221 Rob 10/27/2002 06:53PM
Re: New WWII sub movie, &amp;#8220;Below&amp;#8221 cate 10/28/2002 06:38PM
Re: New WWII sub movie, &amp;#8220;Below&amp;#8221 Cliff 10/29/2002 05:11PM
Chains and grappling hooks as ASW weapons Rob 10/29/2002 10:34PM
Re: Chains and grappling hooks as ASW weapons Rob 10/30/2002 04:46PM
Re: Chains and grappling hooks as ASW weapons kurt 11/14/2002 05:35PM
Re: Chains and grappling hooks as ASW weapons Don Nodurft 10/26/2011 05:43PM
Re: New WWII sub movie, &amp;#8220;Below&amp;#8221 PeterSt 07/29/2016 01:31AM


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