Throughout the movie, everytime some type of casualty occurs or an alarm sounds, police type lights go off throughout the ship. Submarines don't have flashing lights or grated decks for that matter throughout the ship. The sound of the alarm is enough, since there are no deaf personnel on board a submarine. See more...
In the beginning of the movie, where it shows a rather scenic footage of the sub about to dive, the exact shot was also used in G.I. Jane. Note that Crimson Tide was directed by Tony Scott and GI Jane by brother Ridley. A bit of sibling teamwork? See more...
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|Original entry||The cook who was killed is well beyond the Navy's weight standards. He should never have been on the boat to begin with. [Because he was a chief, he can get away with being over weight. I served with plenty of fat chiefs on the boat.]|