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Action Stations

(1943)
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28/1005 Votes
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5.3/10
Documentary 194345 minutes

This World War II film highlights the role of Canadian corvettes on convoy duty in the North Atlantic. Battle scenes show a crew sighting a German submarine and sinking it. Other scenes show training on the high seas. Action Stations is streaming with subscription on Fandor (Via Prime Video). It's a documentary movie with a less than average IMDb audience rating of 5.3 (19 votes).

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Streaming availability last updated: 03:02:17 AM, 04/25/2024 PST

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Cast & Crew for Action Stations

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About Action Stations

Action Stations Overview

This World War II film highlights the role of Canadian corvettes on convoy duty in the North Atlantic. Battle scenes show a crew sighting a German submarine and sinking it. Other scenes show training on the high seas.

Age rating: N/A
Runtime: 45 minutes

Extra Information

Related Genres: Documentary
Country of origin: Canada
Available to watch on: Fandor
Original Release Date: Jan 2, 1943