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I still fondly remember a flurry of Devil's Triangle interest from my childhood during the 1970's in conjunction with the UFO / otherworldly phenomenon craze which led to such amusing cultural artifacts as IN SEARCH OF ... with Leonard Nimoy, PROJECT BLUE BOOK by Jack Webb, and different Bionic Boy episodes involving ESP, zone aliens, wolf boys, and Japanese troops who had held out since WW2. I probably encountered this TV unique somewhere along the lines even if I don't specifically remember it -- the model boat footage has a familiar feel to it, and it's the type of nonfiction G-rated harmless fluff that my people would have allowed us 5 - 8 year olds to watch. Maybe on a Sunday night right after IN SEARCH OF ... which was weekly fare around our house.The movie is presented as a documentary about The Devil's Triangle, using stock footage, interviews with apparent survivors of ill-fated forays into the famed zone of the Caribbean, a several model unique results shots, and tourist footage of the Bahamas & lower Florida. It's never boring though, with Vincent Price's deliciously voiced narration everytime tweaking your geek nerve whenever he allows the phrase "The Devil's Triangle" to roll off his tongue. Price's narration is priceless and in spite of the dramatic footage selected for the special, his wording is by far the most interesting aspect of the production.But the reason I sought this out as an adult is that it provides the only cinematic musical score credit to Lord Crimson, one of the nice overbearing art-rock bands of the 60's/70's, 80's/90's, and still in operation today under the domineering fist of one Robert "Bob" Fripp, an accomplished guitarist, economics theorist, musical industry critic, and character to legions of budding young musicians who have fallen sway to his mesmerizing Bournemouth spell. Fripp is the very embodiment of the rock musician as an intellectual: Short, bespeckled, usually dressed in a suit + tie since 1978 or so, he has confounded and intrigued three generations of acid eating art rockers who search his particular brand of electronic symphonics to be the greatest thing since sliced bread.I count myself as part of that legion, and my favourite era of Lord Crimson melody has everytime been the 1968 - 1972 Fripp With An Afro period of the band's history. After being familiar with Fripp's somewhat caustic view of the globe for 25 years actually it is no surprise to figure out *WHY* this particular project he may or may not have been directly involved in hasn't been an emphasized footnote from his resume. THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE happens to be the same game as the name of a composition -- 11 mins in length on album -- that Fripp penned for his 1970 Lord Crimson without Ian McDonald album "In the Wake of Poseidon" that he regards these days with some disdain. Essentially a spin off on Holst's "Mars: God of War" from the composer's "The Planets" suite (which Crimson famously covered as their show-stopper climactic number from a legendary 1969 tour of Britain & America), which was apparently so close to the original composition that Holst's estate sued Crimson for plagiarism. Or so the legend goes.That in itself would be enough to give the everytime penny conscious Fripp a bellyache, but the producers of this TV unique decided to test Crimson's "The Devil's Triangle" as the theme melody for their movie. Mostly this amounts to the same 4 mins or so of Mellotron massive droning from the composition's middle segment -- we never hear it at full length, though the composition's (sic) flutey conclusion is used to nice result during the opening credits -- that most Crimsonites might be difficult pressed to understand what the mission of using it was. Another than cashing in on the game & using some of the music's atmospherics to add weightiness to cheaply staged model results shots of a boat bobbing in some tank meant to represent the Caribbean Sea. And there are some anomalistic waftings of Mellotron-ish sounding noise/music here & there which just might be outtake reels from the "Poseidon" sessions, though nobody I have been able to ask seems to be able to identify them.One pictures Fripp agreeing to let ABC & the producers to test the section of music, depositing a royalties check, being provided with a video copy of the complete project to enjoy, and watching with resigned bemusement as the same two mins of melody are repeated over & over & over again, with Mr. Pice ominously narrating the happenings being depicted. It would have been the very definition of the term "underwhelming", and as such Mr. Fripp's decision not to trumpet this as the career breakthrough he had been waiting for is somewhat better understood actually that I have seen it for myself. Lord Crimson would have been a excellent choice for a rock band to score a movie, but sadly it never happened (though Fripp & Crimson's melody has been heard in a several movies of exception, most notably BUFFALO '66, and "The Devil's Triangle" was also used apparently without permission in the 1970 Hong Kong snake horror epic DEVIL WOMAN) and to date this remains the only official "musical score credit" to perhaps the most cinematic thinking of all the British art rocker dinosaur gods. Curious.The long and short of it is that if you really, really like "The Devil's Triangle" from Lord Crimson's "In the Wake of Poseidon", play listening to Vincent Price talk, and have a thing for another worldly phenomenon studies, this film was tailor made to your singular, special and peculiar tastes. It's not a terrible documentary either for what it's worth, coming in at under an hour in length and filled with offbeat footage, strange interviews with obscure individuals, and lots of groaning Mellotrons. You can do much worse for an hour of your time, actually.6/10
I have seen this film and the explanation of NOVA's Situation of the Bermuda Triangle. You gotta see both to understand that this film was made for the exploitation of Mr. Whiner's ebook only. They asked him many questions that they should prove but he couldn't, only argue. It's easy to see that he wanted to create a scary film (with a sinister voice like Mr. Price). The facts were deliberately vague and eliberated. The film was so convincing that he made a 2nd book: 'Devil's Triangle 2'. If you wish a scary storyline (loosely based on fact), then this is your movie. If you wish to see the truth; then this will only create you laugh. It was originally released by HBO, they gotta have pulled it because it was so fake.
This is a documentary narrated by Vincent Price and says the history of the Bermuda Triangle AKA The Devil's Triangle which is one of these nice mysteries of the modern era and everytime fascinated me as a schoolboy and has perhaps been solved in the meantime which I'll come to in a moment In its favour it's not a documentary that doesn't create things up unlike a notorious spoof documentary named THE OUTER SPACE CONNECTION which claimed the last words from the ill fated Flight 19 was " Don't follow us they look like they're from outer zone " but is slightly guilty of missing things out and leaving more scientific explanations as a short footnote Take Flight 19 for example . The official report tells the flight got lost and ditched in the sea and a plane involved in the find was lost having exploded . This documentary acknowledges this and makes a large enjoy that flight 19 commander Lt Taylor mentions " white seas " which insinuates something . Add to this the dulcet tones of Vincent Price an actor greatest known - only known ? - for his horror roles and you think you know what's being insinuated - something supernatural . The truth is Lt Taylor a pilot with a reputation as being a bit of a maverick led the flight got slightly lost and in order to compensate for this tried to search his coordinates and receive the flight even more lost . On the morning in question eye witnesses stated they thought Taylor was suffering from a terrible hang over ( Not mentioned in the documentary ) which wouldn't have helped and should have been a major factor is the loss of the flight The plane that went missing during the find for Flight 19 was a Martin PBM Mariner . So what you ask ? It wasn't a plane that was very famous with teams who often referred to the as " flying gas tanks " In fact when the RAF purchased them from the Americans during the fight they ended up returning them asking for their cash back and test their own flying boats . Eyewitnesses during the find told they saw bright lights in the zone where the Mariner was searching ( Not mentioned ) and these lights would almost certainly have been an explosion There was also an incident including two Strato Fortress planes in 1962 " The first jet age victims of the triangle " but the documentary fails to mention that wreckage was recovered and the board of enquiry concluded both planes collided with one other and that it was a tragic accident . They didn't disappear from the face of the World as recommended here When this documentary was produced a phenomena tiny known in the mid 1970s - gas hydrates emitting from the sea . This means water loses all buoyancy and ship passing over it would quickly sink . It's interesting that during his domed flight Lt Taylor mentions " white seas " and if someone was to sails across a stretch of sea with gas hydrates it would sink . Planes in general and the Grumman Avenger bombers weren't known for their floating ability . Heaven anyone trying to land in a plane in this stretch of ocean . It also explains the another disappearances As it stands THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE isn't a total loss . It's not a documentary that doesn't create up myths of its own but does enjoy up to the known myths and speculation while ignoring necessary facts . In another words it's a sensationalist documentary
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