The Deep movie trailer - starring Nick Nolte, Louis Gossett Jr., Jacqueline Bisset, Eli Wallach, Robert Shaw. Directed by Peter Yates. Genre: Action-Adventure
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Kidnapped tourists Gail (Jacqueline Bisset) and David (Nick Nolte) get searched by Bermuda crime boss Cloche (Louis Gossett Jr.) and thugs in a gratuitous 70's style scene of sexual villainy, in Peter Yates' The Deep, 1977.
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Tourists David (Nick Nolte) and Gail (Jacqueline Bisset) visit Bermuda treasure guru Trace (Robert Shaw, held over from the previous Peter Benchley novel-based hit Jaws) in The Deep, 1977.
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A thief (Sean Connery) plans a heist in a building full of surveillance cameras in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes (1971).
Director Peter Yates' creditable opening sequence is famous only for its display of Jacqueline Bisset's scuba-diving anatomy, which goes on for some time, with Nick Nolte, in The Deep, 1977, from a Peter Benchley novel.
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