Although none ended as catastrophically as the Bedford incident, the story illustrated many of the fears of the time. The plot reflects several Cold War incidents between the NATO and Soviet navies, including one in 1957 when USS Gudgeon, a submarine, was caught in Soviet waters and chased out to sea by Soviet warships. [20] Maloney noted that in the film version of The Bedford Incident that Finlander is portrayed as far more deranged than in the novel, arguing that Finlander's obsession with hunting Soviet submarines in the North Atlantic in the novel is "completely understandable and possibly even legitimate". Here we have our enemy and more than accepting his challenge, go after him without any inhibitions of containment policies or technical inferiorities". [27] MacArthur's "no substitute for victory" arguments about using nuclear weapons against China and his thesis he was answerable only to God instead of the president inspired the fears of an "out of control" military leader determined to plunge the world into a nuclear war either by design or acting rashly. The crew becomes increasingly fatigued by the unrelenting pursuit as the captain continually demands full attention to the instruments. [13] Ben Munceford, the journalist who serves as an analogous character to Keefer as the resident intellectual abroad the Bedford who like Keefer has a worldview that is essentially opposed to that of the Navy, but he is portrayed as a far more sympathetic and likeable character. The obituary was featured in MyCentralJersey on August 25, 2009. Gary Cockrell as Lieutenant Bascombe, U.S.N. Douglas married actor Donald Sutherland in 1965. When the submarine is found, it ignores Finlander's order to surface and identify itself. The cast also features Eric Portman, James MacArthur, Martin Balsam and Wally Cox, as well as early appearances by Donald Sutherland and Ed Bishop. The Soviet captain, believing that World War III might have started, wanted to launch the weapon but was over-ruled by his flotilla commander, Vasili Arkhipov, who, by coincidence, was using the boat as his command vessel. [25] The Caine Mutiny is set in World War Two, but its picture of a destroyer commanded by an officer who has lost his mind greatly influenced several novelists in the Cold War who speculated about the possibility of a crazed naval officer trying to start World War Three either intentionally or by accident. [16], The Canadian historian Sean Maloney praised the book version of The Bedford Incident for its level of realism, writing that the book was "a microhistorical study of the Cold War itself" and as "the best literacy depiction of the Cold War". [19] Maloney argued that the level of technical detail in the novel together with its picture of American naval officers on abroad a destroyer having to obsess over the location of Soviet submarines for every single minute of their patrol is the most authentic picture of the Cold War at sea ever portrayed. Keefer successfully undermines the leadership of Queeg and provokes the mutiny while Munceford is unsuccessful in challenging the leadership of Finlander, leading the latter to embark upon a course that leads to the deaths of everyone abroad the Bedford. [23] In many ways, the film is similar to other submarines vs. destroyers films such as Run Silent, Run Deep and The Enemy Below, but unlike those it is set in peacetime while the nuclear component greatly raises the stakes. [15] The film's message criticizing hawkish, confrontational Cold War policies reflected part of a backlash against militarism after the Cuban Missile Crisis almost caused a nuclear war between the Soviet Union and the United States in 1962. Sutherland's first roles were bit parts and consisted of such films as the horror film Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965) which starred Christopher Lee. Pros: 1. With Roger Moore, Jane Merrow, John Bluthal, William Sylvester. This prompts the captain to become openly hostile to Munceford, who he sees as a civilian who is interfering into military matters for questioning the risks involved in continually harrying the Soviet submarine. Both Keefer and Munceford are intellectuals who are skeptical of authority figures and are always asking inconvenient questions. The captain, angered by this defiant act, orders the Bedford to run over its snorkel, ordering that it be logged as an "unidentified floating object". "[19] Finlander further underlines the stakes as he states: "We're not here making faces at the Commies over a wall. The reason he was barely cast was because he had been a last-minute replacement for an actor that had dropped out of the film. The American historian Stephen Whitfield argued that The Bedford Incident was a rejoinder to The Caine Mutiny. The cast also features Eric Portman, James MacArthur, Martin Balsam and Wally Cox, as well as early appearances by Donald Sutherland and Ed Bishop.The screenplay by James Poe is based on the 1963 book by Mark Rascovich, which … Munceford follows frantically pleading with him to do something. 9 Shirley also had a son, Thomas, from her previous marriage to Canadian prairie brewery heir Timothy Emil Sicks. TV host, Ziggy Zaglan has a jovial image but is really an unpleasant man. Donald Sutherland 2021 - Biography at Wikipedia (Wiki, Age, Birthday) Donald Sutherland - actor Donald Sutherland was born on July 17, 1935 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada Munceford is aboard to photograph life on a Navy destroyer but his real interest is Finlander who recently was passed over for promotion to rear admiral. Donald Sutherland Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Donald Sutherland photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes! From Finlander's viewpoint, it is essential that he know the location of Soviet submarines because if World War Three should break out, he would have at most a matter of minutes to sink the submarine before it would fire its ICBMs that would take out 12-16 American cities. He then orders the Bedford to arm weapons and withdraw to a distance to wait for the submerged sub to run out of air and be forced to surface. [13], Another inspiration was the desire of General Douglas MacArthur, a megalomaniac of extreme right-wing views, to expand the Korean War in 1951 by using nuclear weapons against the People's Republic of China, if necessary in defiance of President Harry S. If you doubt me, then ask yourself what the United States has left if its DEW and NORAD systems are cracked? [9] In the 1954 film The Caine Mutiny and even more so in the 1951 novel that it was adopted from, the incompetent, deranged Captain Philip Queeg whose actions provoked the eponymous mutiny, is ultimately portrayed as a victim of the snide, scheming intellectual Thomas Keefer whose ethos is fundamentally opposed to that of the U.S Navy. [18] When Munceford arrives on the Bedford, the ship's executive officer (the number two man), Commander Allison, tells him that the ship operates "under virtually wartime conditions", a point further elaborated by Captain Finlander who says: "We are hunters-stalking kind of hunters-who track a foe who is also silently listening to us". It was released on 5 February 1965. We're not here in a base area indoctrinating simple-minded peasants into the complex savagery of modern guerrilla tactics; we're not sitting in an air conditioned blockhouse in Florida trying to shoot a bigger hole in the Moon. ", warning that his actions will set off a Third World War that will be the end of humanity. The pair, who divorced in 1971, shared two children: twins Kiefer and Rachel, who is a production manager. [21], The fact that submarines are very difficult to find in the vastness of the ocean has imposed an almost unbearable psychological strain on Finlander. When the Soviet vessel failed to surface, the destroyers began dropping training depth charges. [12] It is revealed that Queeg was suffering from post-traumatic stress caused by his service as a destroyer captain on the harrowing "North Atlantic run", making Keefer who has never experienced combat all the more odious. My Darling! Commodore Schrepke, realising that World War III will begin once the events are known, sabotages one of the remaining ASROCs and destroys the ship. Here are the pros & cons of this film as I see it, I hope this helps you. Unlike in The Bedford Incident, the Americans were not aware that the B-59 was armed with a T-5 nuclear torpedo. The film ends with still shots of various crewmen "melting" as if the celluloid film were burning as the Bedford and her crew are vaporised in an atomic blast. Marele actor și-a amintiti mai târziu un episod care a … Interlude (1968) is a British drama film directed by Kevin Billington and stars Oskar Werner, Barbara Ferris, & Virginia Maskell. [9] In contrast to The Caine Mutiny which "...attempted to vindicate the necessity of obedience-even when that leadership is mentally unbalanced-The Bedford Incident, made without Navy co-operation, warns that such deranged authority could unleash nuclear war, which happens accidentally". Are they now only half-dead down there? Sutherland's break would come soon, though, and it would come in the form of a war film in which he was barely cast. Uncertainty and frustration can turn into a crippling agony. Does it not all naturally culminate in the totality of death and destruction?...Look and see what the Cold War really is. [9], Widmark modelled the mannerisms and rhetorical style of Captain Finlander after Senator Barry Goldwater who was the Republican candidate for president in the 1964 election. [11] Very much like Captain Queeg of the fictional destroyer USS Caine, Finlander is a career Navy officer in command of a destroyer who has "...lost touch with reality, largely because of the constant frustration and remorseless pressure of command". Is Donald Sutherland married? Donald Sutherland was born on July 17, 1935. The two parted ways over a disagreement about the film that became Kubrick's noted Cold War nuclear-confrontation film, Dr. Strangelove; Harris had wanted it to be told as a serious thriller, but Kubrick wanted it to be a comic farce (which it became). Harris remained focused on developing a serious nuclear-confrontation film, resulting in The Bedford Incident.[6][7][8]. The film's message-told via the story of Finlander who because of his obsessive anti-Communism and relentless determination to provoke a confrontation with a Soviet submarine that leads to the deaths of everyone abroad both the Bedford and the Novosibirsk-is that Cold Warriors such as Goldwater would had likewise provoked a nuclear war that would had been the end of humanity. The film also features John Cleese & Donald Sutherland. [27] MacArthur's very public defiance led President Truman to sack him in April 1951, stating that as president he had the final authority over whatever to use nuclear weapons and that he decided not to use nuclear weapons against China. Kiefer in the 1980' was listed as 5'8 for the longest time. Roy Stephens as Seaman 2nd Class - C.I.C. [15] Goldwater had been attacked in the 1964 election as too hawkish, most notably in the infamous Daisy Girl television commercial which warned that Goldwater if elected president would start a nuclear war. Confidently he reassures Munceford and Schrepke that he is in command of the situation and that he will not fire first but "If he fires one, I'll FIRE ONE". The American destroyer USS Bedford (DLG-113) detects a Soviet submarine in the GIUK gap near the coast of Greenland. [15] The scholars Harold R. Troper and Michael J. Strada describe The Bedford Incident as one of series of 1960s films that were "full frontal assaults on military values". Directed by Silvio Narizzano. "Movie Review - The Bedford Incident - Screen: Fictional Navy:' Bedford Incident' Grim Movie on Cold War", "Screen: Fictional Navy:' Bedford Incident' Grim Movie on Cold War", "The Other Side of the Booth: A Profile of James B. Harris in Present Day Los Angeles,", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Bedford_Incident&oldid=999675388, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Michael Kane as Commander Allison Executive Officer - Bridge, Paul Tamarin as Seaman 2nd Class - Bridge, Frank Lieberman as Seaman 1st Class - Bridge, James Caffrey as Seaman 1st Class - Bridge, Burnell Tucker as Seaman 1st Class - Bridge, Mike Lennox as Lieutenant Krindlemeyer, U.S.N. Finlander exploits the fact that the Russian sub has to surface periodically to replenish air and recharge batteries because it is not nuclear-powered; knowing full well it will make the Soviets more desperate. The Bedford Incident illustrated how much mentalities had changed from the 1950s to the 1960s. Donald Sutherland OAM (born 22 December 1946) is an Australian radio and television presenter. Die! [9], Keefer, the resident intellectual abroad the Caine, starts out as the likeable voice of reason against the paranoid Captain Queeg, but is gradually revealed to be the most loathsome character in the story, being a cowardly, dishonest and selfish schemer who is admonished for his treatment of Queeg who is praised as an honorable, but misunderstood career Navy officer who was only patriotically serving his country. The Bedford Incident (aka Aux Postes De Combat) is a 1965 British-American Cold War film starring Richard Widmark and Sidney Poitier and co-produced by Widmark. [23] The author of The Bedford Incident, Mark Rascovich, had many contacts within the U.S Navy and seems to have learned of the two incidents, which inspired his book. Die! Here we clash in the privacy of the black, empty ocean with no audience, but our conscience; both parties want to keep it that way because the stakes are such that no compromise is possible. This is the complete filmography of actor Donald Sutherland. At the same time, Finlander becomes intolerant of anyone who questions his tactics including the ship's doctor who advises him that crew are feeling the pressure but the captain will not relent. Interior scenes were filmed in the British Type 15 frigate HMS Troubridge; British military equipment can be seen in several shots, including a rack of Lee–Enfield rifles and Troubridge's novel, forward-sloping bridge windows. In the 1965 British anthology film "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors," Donald Sutherland fears his new bride is actually a vampire, which calls for stern measures. He was the host of TV pop music show, Sounds, between 1975 and 1987.Sutherland has also worked as a TV producer and music journalist, and is associated with the local greyhound racing industry. Filming began on Dr. Terror's House of Horrors at Shepperton Studios on 25 May 1964 with a budget of £105,000 and was completed on 3 July 1964. The vessel portraying a Soviet intelligence ship has the name "Novo Sibursk", written on the hull at the bow in the Latin alphabet, not the Russian language's Cyrillic alphabet; "Novosibirsk" is a more accurate English rendering. The Bedford Incident(1965) [Hospitalman Nerney]: Killed in an explosion, along with everyone else on board the destroyer, when the Russians fire torpedoes at the ship. No way is Donald 6'2. Donald Sutherland filmography; Film: 141: Television series: 42: This is the complete filmography of actor Donald Sutherland ... 1964: Castle of the Living Dead: Sgt. Donald Sutherland goes 'full tard' in hammer horror film 'Die! Donald Sutherland was paid £1,000 ($10,153.31 in 2018 dollars) for his performance. "USS Bedford" was a fictitious guided missile destroyer and the role of Bedford was mostly played by a large model of a Farragut-class destroyer. The film's final image is a mushroom cloud. [24] Maloney wrote: "The Bedford Incident is remarkably accurate in its assumptions that Soviet submarines were equipped with nuclear torpedoes on a routine basis". This 1965 film was the first of the Amicus omnibus or multi-story horror pictures with a wrap-around story. [10] The message of both versions of The Caine Mutiny was as Whitfield put it "...that losing a ship in a typhoon is better than challenging a skipper whose powers of command have failed". The screenplay by James Poe is based on the 1963 book by Mark Rascovich, which borrowed from the plot of Herman Melville's Moby-Dick; at one point in the film, the captain is advised he is "not chasing whales now". Sutherland's first roles were bit parts and consisted of such films as the horror film Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965) which starred Christopher Lee. Also aboard the Bedford are Ensign Ralston, an inexperienced young officer constantly being criticised by his captain for small errors and Lieutenant Commander Chester Potter, the ship's new doctor, who is a recently recalled reservist. A tired Ensign Ralston mistakes Finlander's remark as a command to "fire one". Lois Hardwick (1959–1966), Shirley Douglas (1966–1971), Francine Racette (1972–present) [20] Maloney argued that should World War Three ever occur, it was crucial have as much intelligence as possible about the opponent in order to both strike hard as possible via nuclear strikes and to deny the opponent the ability to strike oneself as much as possible with their nuclear weapons. How can governments expect their military to guide their actions by such a blatantly sordid euphemism? Unrelenting tension becomes a physical pain. Donald Sutherland’s acting career has spanned more than five decades and includes successful movies like, ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers,’ ‘M*A*S*H,’ ‘Ordinary People,’ ‘Fellini's Casanova,’ ‘Eye of the Needle,’ ‘Don't Look Now,’ ‘The Dirty Dozen,’ ‘Klute,’ ‘Animal House,’ and ‘Kelly's Heroes.’ The screenplay by James Poe follows the novel fairly closely but Poe wrote a different ending. Donald Sutherland is very close to Kiefer Sutherlands height.In the photos i see a 2 inch height difference. Death". Directed by Robert Tronson. Sidney Poitier's initial flypast and landing from a Whirlwind helicopter were filmed aboard another Type 15 frigate, HMS Wakeful, whose F159 pennant number is clearly visible. Unlike the book, the film version ends with the vessels being destroyed by one another. It was not until after the fall of the Soviet Union that the weapon's existence and how close the world came to nuclear conflict was made known.[28]. [11] Whitfield argued that by the 1960s popular mentalities had changed so much that more anti-militaristic films such as The Bedford Incident were being released. Here we hunt the Russians. in the United States) is a 1965 British horror thriller film directed by Silvio Narizzano for Hammer Films. Unlike Keefer, the writer who was reluctantly drafted into the U.S. Navy in World War Two, Munceford is a journalist, being the only civilian abroad the Bedford. Specifically, they are in Greenland territorial waters at the entrance to the J.C. Jacobsen Fjord, which is due northwest from Iceland. When Munceford presses for more information about what is going on and if anybody gets hurt, Finlander says: "Fear hurts. Shirley married fellow actor Donald Sutherland in 1965. [27] A recurring theme of the writings of the American intelligentsia in the Cold War was the fear of a rogue officer who at very least was acting recklessly in exposing the world to the risk of a nuclear armageddon. 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