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Pueblo TV Docudrama 1968 North Korea Seizure Of USS Pueblo DVD MP4 USB

Pueblo TV Docudrama 1968 North Korea Seizure Of USS Pueblo DVD MP4 USB
Pueblo TV Docudrama 1968 North Korea Seizure Of USS Pueblo DVD MP4 USB
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Hal Holbrook, Ronny Cox And Andrew Duggan Star With A Stellar Cast In This TV Dramatization Of The 1968 Seizure Of The USS Pueblo By North Korea And The Brutal Year Long Captivity Of Her Crew As Seen In Flashbacks During The 1969 Congressional Investigation Of The Incident, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1971, 1 Hour 40 Minutes.) #Pueblo #HalHolbrook #RonnyCox #AndrewDuggan #AnthonyPage #StanleyRGreenberg #USSPueblo #PuebloCrisis #PuebloIncident #UnitedStatesNavy #USN #SpyShips #NorthKorea #UnitedStates #KoreanConflict #ColdWars #ColdWar #Torture #Internment #Spying #DVD #MP4 #VideoDownload


Direction:
Anthony Page

Writing:
Stanley R. Greenberg

Cast:
Hal Holbrook ... Capt. Lloyd Bucher
Ronny Cox ... Signalman
Andrew Duggan ... Congressman
Stephen Elliott ... RAdm. F.L. Johnson
Mary Fickett ... Rose Bucher
Larry Gates ... American Negotiator
George Grizzard ... Court Counsel
Paul Hecht ... Lt. S.R. Harris
Alan Hewitt ... Congressional Chairman
James Hong ... Super C
Barnard Hughes ... Secretary of the Navy
Robert Ito ... North Korean Negotiator
Gary Merrill ... Adm. Thomas E. Moorer
Richard Mulligan ... CWO G.H. Lacy
John Randolph ... Lt. Gen. S.J. McKee
Darryl Wells ... Lt. (j.g.) F.C. Schumaker
Lenny Baker ... Ens. T.L. Harris
Ralph Bell ... Presiding Officer
Don Blakely ... BM3 W.C. Bussell
Peter Gorwin ... Radio Operator
Richard Herd ... Lt. Cmdr. C. Clark
Earl Hindman ... QMT Charles B. Law, Jr.
John Horn ... CIC J.F. Kell
David Huffman ... Seaman
Calvin Jung ... North Korean Guard
Alan Koss ... HCI H.P. Baldridge
Peter Masterson ... ENC M.O. Goldman
Michael Parish ... North Korean Guard
Addison Powell ... Commissioning Officer
Sab Shimono ... North Korean Officer
Philip Sterling ... Court of Inquiry Member


The Pueblo Incident (The Pueblo Crisis): The USS Pueblo (AGER-2), a Banner-class environmental research ship, attached to Navy intelligence as a spy ship, was attacked and captured by North Korean forces on January 23, 1968. The seizure of the U.S. Navy ship and its 83 crew members, one of whom was killed in the attack, came less than a week after President Lyndon B. Johnson's State of the Union address to the United States Congress, a week before the start of the Tet Offensive in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War, and three days after 31 men of North Korea's KPA Unit 124 had crossed the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and killed 26 South Koreans in an attempt to attack the South Korean Blue House (executive mansion) in the capital Seoul. The taking of Pueblo and the abuse and torture of its crew during the subsequent 11-month prisoner drama became a major Cold War incident, raising tensions between the western democracies and the Soviet Union and China. North Korea stated that Pueblo deliberately entered their territorial waters 7.6 nautical miles away from Ryo Island, and that the logbook shows that they intruded several times. However, the United States maintains that the vessel was in international waters at the time of the incident and that any purported evidence supplied by North Korea to support its statements was fabricated. The crew of the Pueblo were released on December 23, 1968 after eleven months of internment in North Korea. The USS Pueblo, still held by North Korea today, officially remains a commissioned vessel of the United States Navy. Since early 2013, the ship has been moored along the Potong River in Pyongyang, and used there as a museum ship at the Pyongyang Victorious War Museum. Pueblo is the only ship of the U.S. Navy still on the commissioned roster currently being held captive.