This Errol Flynn Nazi spy movie has some miniature ship stock shots lifted from "Sea Hawk" 1940, followed by a miniature submarine surfacing through ice. It also has a miniature avalanche, train and aircraft sequence, making it a bit of a treat for miniature enthusiasts like myself. While the Special effects are supervised by Roy Davidson there is no credit for the visual effects.
Saturday, 27 August 2016
Northern Pursuit 1943
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