The Philadelphia Experiment

Corrected entry: In a scene near the front of the movie, the two main sailors are riding in a truck across the harbor to the ship. In the background is a white ship, the S.S. Savanha, a nuclear cargo ship launched in i believe 1959, or 1960. The scene is supposed to be set in the early 1940s.

Correction: More than one ship bore the name, U.S.S. Savannah. The ship shown is the U.S.S. Savannah (CL-42), a 9475-ton Brooklyn class light cruiser, commissioned in March 1938. She was formally decommissioned in February 1947.

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