Ghost ship

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Built in 1954, the majestic ocean liner Antonia Graza was the pride of the Italian Line. A vision of modern, sleek sophistication, the ship was nothing less than a work of art. Amenities provided for her passengers ensured that they would enjoy unrivaled luxury during their stay at sea; when guests were not unwinding in their spacious staterooms, they could socialize in one of the stylish lounges, enjoy sports and relaxation atop the liner’s broad decks, or take a refreshing dip in the stately swimming pool. The centerpiece of the Antonia Graza was its opulent grand ballroom, where couples would dance the night away to the romantic strains of a live orchestra. Chefs labored night and day in the galley preparing superb Italian cuisine to be served in the ship’s elegant dining room, and attentive crewmembers were always available, eager to provide their guests with anything they should desire. It was truly the journey of a lifetime. But when the Antonia Graza set sail for America in the spring of 1962, her passengers were blissfully unaware of the unspeakable evil that would soon befall them, sealing their fates and ensuring that this journey would be their last... Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment, a Dark Castle Entertainment production, Ghost Ship, starring JULIANNA MARGULIES, RON ELDARD, DESMOND HARRINGTON, ISAIAH WASHINGTON and GABRIEL BYRNE. Directed by STEVE BECK, the film is produced by JOEL SILVER, ROBERT ZEMECKIS and GILBERT ADLER. The screenplay is by MARK HANLON and JOHN POGUE, from a story by Mark Hanlon. The film is executive produced by BRUCE BERMAN and STEVE RICHARDS, and co-produced by RICHARD MIRISCH and SUSAN LEVIN. Music by JOHN FRIZZELL. The director of photography is GALE TATTERSALL; the production designer i

 

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