|Product Name||Philadelphia Experiment|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
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|Long Description||The origins of this story are not science-fiction – they are science-fact. In 1943 the U.S. Office of Naval Research conducted a series of tests at the Philadelphia Naval Yard to develop a sophisticated camouflage system to make ships invisible to radar. During the final test aboard the destroyer the Battleship Eldridge, something went wrong – very wrong. This film explores beyond reality to ask the question “what if…” Two young seamen get caught in a violent tornado-like vortex and fall through a time warp to a different era – 1984. Desperately they struggle to find a way back to their own time, but their efforts become all the more vital as the rift in time threatens to suck present-day earth back to the past. Michael Pare ( Streets of Fire , Eddie and the Cruisers ) and Nancy Allen ( Carrie , Dressed to Kill ) star in this psychological sci-fi hit.|
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