|How many people were decapitated opening|
|"How many times do I have to tell you? I'm on the|
phone, not hiding behind the wall!"
|You'd think by then, they'd have invented|
an iPhone instead of having to use
pencil and paper.
|The wonderful world of alanite steel.|
|Richard Dix and Leslie Banks discover just|
how hot it can get drilling through a
|Even this UK promotional card|
for the movie kept Leslie Banks
in right profile.
|My wife would love this staring down at her|
in the living room every day.
Transatlantic Tunnel is actually a remake of the German movie Der Tunnel, and one from France entitled -- you'll never guess -- Le Tunnel. In England, it seems to have premiered as -- hold on to your hats -- The Tunnel before taking on its final title in America. The release in Spain, as El Tunel Transatlantico, also provided its most bizarre poster, one I would use my kid's college savings to purchase. I'd say it's worth its weight in alanite steel.
Richard Dix didn't always play such noble characters, as he proved quite well in The Ghost Ship.
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