Voyage of Terror
Voyage of Terror is a 1998 American made-for-television thriller film directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith and starring Lindsay Wagner, Michael Ironside, Martin Sheen, and Brian Dennehy. The plot concerns an virus outbreak on a ship.
|Voyage of Terror|
|Written by||Mel Frohman|
|Directed by||Brian Trenchard-Smith|
|Music by||Brahm Wenger|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Tony Masucci|
Lance H. Robbins
Garry M.B. Smith
|Running time||89 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Shavick Entertainment|
|Distributor||The Family Channel|
|Original network||The Family Channel|
|Original release||June 20, 1998|
A disease specialist is on a cruise ship with her daughter when a virus breaks out on board. While she communicates with Washington, the Chief Engineer plans a mutiny.
The film was shot in early 1998. Lindsay Wagner described director Brian Trenchard-Smith as "amazing. I've never seen anybody work so fast, stay so calm, keep such a good attitude. Under these conditions, the feathers usually start flying."
- Jay Bobbin, "Lindsay Wagner takes on Voyage of Terror", The Free-Lance Star, 14 June 1998 accessed 8 February 2013