The Transatlantic Tunnel

It's the story of an engineer who takes on the most ambitious project ever - excavating a tunnel under the Atlantic Ocean from England to America - and the obstacles and sacrifices he makes while doing so. Stars Richard Dix and Leslie Banks with special appearances by George Arliss and Walter Huston. Directed by Maurice Elvey. AKA "The Tunnel".

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Synopse: A group of wealthy industrialists gather in the home of Mr. Lloyd, a millionaire who introduces them to Richard "Mack" McAllan, the engineer who successfully spearheaded the construction of the Channel Tunnel (the story takes place in the unspecified near future, though it is noted in the film that the Channel Tunnel is built "in 1940"). McAllan informs the group that the "Allanite steel" he developed, along with a "radium drill" developed by his friend Frederick "Robbie" Robbins, makes it possible to construct an undersea tunnel linking England with the United States. Though the group is initially skeptical, the backing of Lloyd and his associate Mostyn convinces the group to buy shares in the project.


Directed by Maurice Elvey
Produced by Michael Balcon
Written by Bernhard Kellermann (novel), Curt Siodmak, L. du Garde Peach, Clemence Dane (additional dialogue)
Starring: Richard Dix, Leslie Banks, Madge Evans, Helen Vinson, C. Aubrey Smith, Basil Sydney
Music by Hubert Bath (uncredited)
Cinematography: Günther Krampf
Editing by Charles Frend
Distributed by Gaumont British
Release date(s): 27 October 1935 (NYC)
Running time: 94 minutes
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English