Screen Archives Entertainment Screen Archives Entertainment    
   Home  Shipping Rates  Order Info  Contact Us  Links  Change Style
  search tips
   [log in]   [new customer?]  [join mailing list]

Site Security
provided by
Wildcard SSL Certificates

Our Price: $29.95
Bookmark and Share
Number: TWILIGHT294-BR

Starring:  J. Carrol Naish, Gilbert Roland, Terry Moore, Robert Wagner, Peter Graves, Jay Novello, Richard Boone
Directed By:  Robert D. Webb
Composed By:  Bernard Herrmann

“Wagner and Moore replay Romeo and Juliet in Tarpon Springs, Florida, with rival sponge fishermen standing in for the Montagues and Capulets…Best remembered for the incredibly young Robert Wagner scrapping with an octopus (you won’t get that in staged Shakespeare).”
– Time Out London

“Gives punch in the display of underwater wonders, the seascapes, and the brilliant, beautiful sunrises and sunsets of the Florida Gulf Coast.”
– Variety

One of the earliest CinemaScope™ pictures, Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953) takes us deep into the crystal-clear, perilous waters off the Florida coast, where two rival sponge-diving families produce a boy (Robert Wagner) and a girl (Terry Moore) who of course fall for each other, hard. Stunning widescreen underwater cinematography by Oscar® nominee Edward Cronjager and a staggeringly atmospheric score from the one and only Bernard Herrmann are added attractions.

VIDEO: 1080p High Definition / 2.55:1
AUDIO: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA / English 2.0 DTS-HD MA
1953 / Color

Special Features: Isolated Music Track / Robert Wagner: Hollywood’s Prince Charming

Limited Edition of 3,000 Units

Reviews and Comments: (2)
All times US Eastern   |   login to post your own review or comments.
Posted by Mark Mailander on September 23, 2017 10:38 AM
This is a terrific transfer. The video and audio with Herrmann's score are top notch.Great isolated score in three channel. Now, how about KING OF THE KHYBER RIFLES.GUNS AT BATASI

Posted by Roberto J Gonzalez on January 6, 2018 8:42 PM
Stunning transfer. Gorgeous score by Bernard Herrmann, with NINE HARPS!!! You read that right. The most liquid sea music since Debussy's La Mer and Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé, is on the soundtrack of this film.

The Technicolor LEAPS off the screen, and the film, another version of the Romeo and Juliet style tale, is very entertaining.

Best thing, the score is available in three channels, separately.

DO NOT MISS. This film has only been available on cheap dvd transfers. Get this while it's available!!!

  Your cart is empty.
© 2019 Screen Archives Entertainment