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      Station Six-Sahara

      1963 1h 39m Drama List
      Reviews Five lonely men are stationed at an international oil rig in the Sahara desert. The leader of the group, the German Kramer (Peter Van Eyck), forms a rivalry with the newest member of the group, another German named Martin. When a car crashes into the station, the workers rescue a beautiful American, Catherine (Carroll Baker), and her jealous husband, Jimmy. Catherine plays with the affections of both Kramer and Martin, making the already tense atmosphere at the base even more strained. Read More Read Less

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      David Thompson Sight & Sound As Station Six Sahara demonstrates, [Seth Holt] had a remarkable gift for conjuring atmosphere, combined with an astute direction of actors (all are excellent) and a masterly use of montage. Jul 26, 2018 Full Review Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews A misfire. Rated: C+ Aug 15, 2015 Full Review Emanuel Levy EmanuelLevy.Com Rated: B+ Feb 6, 2013 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Five lonely men are stationed at an international oil rig in the Sahara desert. The leader of the group, the German Kramer (Peter Van Eyck), forms a rivalry with the newest member of the group, another German named Martin. When a car crashes into the station, the workers rescue a beautiful American, Catherine (Carroll Baker), and her jealous husband, Jimmy. Catherine plays with the affections of both Kramer and Martin, making the already tense atmosphere at the base even more strained.
      Director
      Seth Holt
      Screenwriter
      Brian Clemens
      Production Co
      CCC Filmkunst GmbH
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English (United Kingdom)
      Runtime
      1h 39m