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  Lifeboat (1944)
Lifeboat was Alfred Hitchcock's only film for 20th Century Fox.
Slezak is very good as the tricky German, deviously keeping a stash of water to himself while the others struggle against chronic thirst, and at one point murdering a fellow survivor to keep his water supply a secret.
The film has a lot of political and propagandist subtext, and many people have viewed it as an allegory of the Nazi rise in Europe (Slezak is the metaphor for Nazi Germany; the others metaphors for surrounding nations duped into believing that the Nazi neighbour in their midst is helpful and trustworthy).
www.imdb.com /title/tt0037017   (841 words)

  Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor by Garrett Hardin - The Garrett Hardin Society - Articles
In the ocean outside each lifeboat swim the poor of the world, who would like to get in, or at least to share some of the wealth.
The harsh ethics of the lifeboat become even harsher when we consider the reproductive differences between the rich nations and the poor nations.
The people inside the lifeboats are doubling in numbers every 87 years; those swimming around outside are doubling, on the average, every 35 years, more than twice as fast as the rich.
www.garretthardinsociety.org /articles/art_lifeboat_ethics_case_against_helping_poor.html   (4143 words)

  Lifeboat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lifeboats are kept in harbour or near a harbour, in a special building, at an offshore platform or on board a ship.
Lifeboats for the North Sea include an electric heater for the engine oil, which is left on in cold weather.
When the Apollo 13 command module was damaged by an explosion in the service module, the lunar module was used as a lifeboat as it had separate life support, propulsion and guidance systems that remained functional (though it was not a lifeboat in the sense that it was detached from the main vehicle).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lifeboat   (1185 words)

 Lifeboat (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lifeboat is a 1944 World War II movie, directed by Alfred Hitchcock from a story written by John Steinbeck.
A group of American and British citizens are stuck in a lifeboat after their ship is sunk by a Nazi U-boat.
Moving the action from a lifeboat to a spaceship's escape capsule, the remake starred Ron Silver, Robert Loggia and CCH Pounder.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lifeboat_(film)   (428 words)

 Tugboat Enterprises - Lifeboat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lifeboat is to data rescue what anti-virus is to computer protection.
While Lifeboat is setting up data rescue, it identifies existing devices to speed repair of your operating system.
Lifeboat rescues files and creates immediate access through the network to the work in progress.
www.tugboatenterprises.com /Lifeboat/productLB.shtml   (378 words)

 Redcar's Lifeboats - saving life at sea for more than 200 years
The Seaton Carew lifeboat was launched, but the rough seas proved to be too much for the crew, and after three hours toiling at the oars they were obliged to return to shore in an exhausted condition.
The only casualty was the lifeboat, which had a hole stove in her side whilst she was being launched.
The last "pulling" lifeboat to be stationed at Redcar, she was launched 17 times and saved 41 lives.
www.redcarlifeboat.org.uk /Pages/history/history.html   (1067 words)

The lifeboats and their operations and crewing, used to be the responsability of the pilot service, in itself a government service.
The Belgian lifeboat service was actually founded in 1840 as a result of the Royal Decree of 30 OCT 1838, though traces of established lifeboat stations are found as far as 1779.
As the lifeboats were built of genuine and precious kinds of timber, they are hauled out of the water by a pair of davits in a protective boathouse in each lifeboat-station.
users.pandora.be /urbiehome/Lifeboat.html   (3211 words)

 Fat Messiah Games: Lifeboat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lifeboat is a fast-paced card game of intrigue and survival.
Playable in less than an hour, Lifeboat's unique blend of cutthroat strategy and clever guesswork is like no other card game on the market today.
"Lifeboat" is a trademark of Jeff Siadek, used with permission.
www.fatmessiahgames.com /fmg/lifeboat/lifeboat1.html   (196 words)

 Lifeboat - System/Disk Utilities   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wherever you choose to back up, Lifeboat will copy your files, compress them, and write out a digest of what it did for restoring later.
Lifeboat is designed to make restoration as possible as it can.
Lifeboat creates a human-readable digest at each backup location that you can use to locate each file and place it in its original location.
www.apple.com /downloads/macosx/system_disk_utilities/lifeboat.html   (308 words)

 Port Orford Lifeboat Station   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lifeboat stations built during the 1920's through the 1940's represented the highest achievements in Coast Guard architecture.
The Port Orford Lifeboat Station was equipped with two motor lifeboats and two pulling boats ready to respond to emergencies.
The Lifeboat station in Port Orford was decommissioned in 1970.
www.portorfordlifeboatstation.org /station.html   (866 words)

 Tucows Articles - Lifeboat
Lifeboat is fast: Within minutes you can access your dead or dying computer, rescue your data files, and are back to work.
Lifeboat is safe to use: Lifeboat lets you copy your files from your "dead" computer to a working one.
Lifeboat is small: it uses only 32 MB of RAM and 16 colours for minimal strain on an unstable computer.
www.tucows.com /article/882   (813 words)

She was laden heavy with a cargo of stone, a cargo that in these conditions was a clear liability to the safety of the three-man crew she carried.
In September 1856, four years before the first lifeboat was to arrive in Thurso, local man Donald Thomson spotted a Russian vessel, the "Ahti", wrecked off Dunnet Head with some of her crew clearly visible clinging to the wreckage.
The bay was a mass of white water when the lifeboat arrived at her destination, but the first hope rose in John when he spotted two life-rafts in the water, one of them a mere 170 yards from the rocks.
www.callnetuk.com /home/hibs/lifeboat.htm   (2193 words)

How lifeboats are made, rigged, and captained, Stilgoe discovered, and how accounts of their use or misuse are put down, says much about the culture and circumstances from which they are launched.
Woven through Lifeboat are good old-fashioned yarns, thrilling tales of adventure that will quicken the pulse of readers who have enjoyed the novels of Patrick O'Brian, Crabwalk by Günter Grass, or works of nonfiction such as The Perfect Storm and In the Heart of the Sea.
Through the humble, much-ignored lifeboat, its design and navigation and the throes of its ultimate purpose, he has found a peculiar lens on roughly the past two centuries of human history, particularly the war-tossed, technology-driven history of man and the sea.
www.upress.virginia.edu /books/stilgoe.html   (544 words)

 Lifeboat 1.3.2 - VersionTracker   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lifeboat 1.3 brings new features including both full file attribute preservation, which is one step towards bootable backups, and an Apple Share backup destination.
Lifeboat 1.3 is a free upgrade to any registered users of Lifeboat 1.2.1 or earlier.
There is a crash bug with a particular component Lifeboat uses that was introduced with the 10.4.7 update.
www.versiontracker.com /dyn/moreinfo/macosx/29479   (533 words)

 Mojave Shade < Lifeboat
Pick where you want your files to go, what you want to backup, and when you want it to happen and your files will be backed up on schedule.
Lifeboat offers a number of different backup destinations depending on where and how you want to backup your files.
Lifeboat is limited to 800 files per backup and 3 tasks if unregistered.
www.mojaveshade.com /lifeboat   (298 words)

 Movie Info for Lifeboat on MSN Movies
Seeking a creative challenge after several years' worth of fairly elaborate melodramas, director Alfred Hitchcock stages all of the action in Lifeboat in one tiny boat, adrift in the North Atlantic.
The boat holds eight survivors of a Nazi torpedo attack: sophisticated magazine writer/photographer Tallulah Bankhead, communistic-seaman John Hodiak, nurse Mary Anderson, mild-mannered radio-operator Hume Cronyn, seriously wounded Brooklynese stoker William Bendix, insufferable-capitalist Henry Hull, fl-steward Canada Lee and half-mad passenger Heather Angel, who carries the body of her dead baby.
If you're wondering how Hitchcock was able to make his characteristic cameo appearance in Lifeboat keep an eye on that newspaper in the closing scenes.
movies.msn.com /movies/movie.aspx?m=20767   (362 words)

 Point Reyes National Seashore - Lifeboat Station History at Point Reyes (U.S. National Park Service)
Before the establishment of Life Saving and Lifeboat Stations, the remains of vessels littered the beaches and the rocks along the United States coastline.
The size and weight of these boats meant that they had to be launched using a pier and a marine railway that descended from the Boathouse to the water.
These stations and those who staffed them fulfilled their roles in the development of coastal cities and industries.Today the Historic Lifeboat Station at Point Reyes National Seashore is used as a educational facility for non-profit groups learning about the resources of the natural and cultural resources of Point Reyes.
www.nps.gov /pore/history_maritime_lifeboat.htm   (1213 words)

 TMe: Lifeboat Film Review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 1944 film, Lifeboat, might easily be categorized as your generic war movie showing how Allied lives are at the mercy of Nazi Germany.
Its a dissection of human spirit and fortitude as a group of survivors are thrown together in a claustrophobic hell that is, somewhat, of their own making.
One of the lifeboat’s occupants is the very man who caused their predicament: a German U-boat captain whose submarine torpedoed their vessel.
www.teako170.com /dial30.html   (566 words)

The Lifeboat Station is one mile further west of the High Street in Sugar Loaf Bay at the bottom of Belton Road, which is a turning off Nore Road, (the coast road to Clevedon).
Whilst on service the lifeboat station at Sugar Loaf Bathing beach is manned by shore staff who will assist with launching and recovering the lifeboat as well as dealing with any persons brought ashore by the lifeboat who may require assistance.
Upon return from service or training exercise the lifeboat is always made ready for sea and is left in a state of instant readiness for the next emergency.
freespace.virgin.net /portishead.lifeboat   (785 words)

 Baltimore Lifeboat Station
The Baltimore Lifeboat station is located at Bull point and is home to the Hilda Jarrett, a Tyne class all-weather lifeboat.
There are 233 Lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland, 55 of which are based on the island of Ireland.
The crews are made up of volunteers from all walks of life that give up their time and comfort to carry out rescues and train for them, in difficult and often dangerous conditions.
www.baltimorelifeboat.ie   (308 words)

 Lifeboat charity dummies may be banned from 'public' collecting | the Daily Mail
The two life-size dummies are dressed in full lifeboat uniform of life jacket and helmet and each have a bucket for people to donate cash.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution stopped operating in the town in 1912 and the £142,000 Sidmouth Lifeboat is run independently by a voluntary crew of 14 members.
Jut to clarify a point about the Sidmouth Lifeboat, it's not operated by the RNLI, but is independent, meaning that the money raised by the dummies is even more vital to the survival of the service it provided, making this utter nonsense even more critical.
www.dailymail.co.uk /pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=423276&in_page_id=1770   (1309 words)

 Dover Lifeboat
Lifeboat 'Agnes Cross' relief lifeboat whilst 'Sir William Hillary' underwent refit.
Lifeboat station moves to the Tug Haven in the Western Docks.
A new boathouse was constructed on the Crosswall Quay with lifeboat moored alongside.
www.dover-lifeboat.org.uk /Timeline.htm   (524 words)

 Dover Lifeboat Station RNLI Service   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Dover Humane and Shipwreck Institution established Dover Lifeboat Station which guards the Straits of Dover, from Folkestone to the South Goodwin lightvessel.
In 1837 The Royal National Lifeboat Institution contributed towards the cost of a boat, this was built in 1853 and took over the station in 1855.
There are more than 200 lifeboat stations their lifeboats launch more than 5000 times a year, saving on average 1300 lives.
www.doverpages.co.uk /dover_lifeboat.htm   (199 words)

 Tynemouth Lifeboat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Tyne Lifeboat Society remained independent of the RNLI for many years, but in 1862 the Institution established its own station at Tynemouth.
This station was successful in saving many lives, including the rescue on the 1st November 1914 of the hospital ship the HMHS Rohilla which was caught in a severe gale off the coast of Whitby.
The lifeboat station was completely destroyed by enemy action in April 1941 but was re-opened six months later, and in 1947 a new station was built, pictured below right, this station was to stay in operation until 1998.
www.tynemouth-lifeboat.co.uk /history.htm   (343 words)

 Amazon.com: Lifeboat: Video: Tallulah Bankhead,William Bendix,Walter Slezak,Mary Anderson,John Hodiak,Henry ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lifeboat was a play by John Steinback, in which, after a dramatic sea battle, a group of passengers get together on a lifeboat after the ocean liner they were travelling at gets sunk by a german U-boat (that also sunk).
The lone occupant of the lifeboat is revealed as Connie Porter (Tallulah Bankhead), an acerbic globe-trotting reporter, casually smoking a cigarette with her hair perfectly coiffed and draped in a mink coat.
The lives of the lifeboat passengers are put in untold jeopardy when one of the German crewmembers who helped to sink their freigher is rescued and brought aboard.
www.amazon.com /Lifeboat-Tallulah-Bankhead/dp/6301798732   (3005 words)

 Port Orford Lifeboat Station
Lifeboat stations built during the 1920's through the 1940's represented the highest achievements in Coast Guard architecture.
The Port Orford Lifeboat Station was equipped with two motor lifeboats and two pulling boats ready to respond to emergencies.
The Lifeboat station in Port Orford was decommissioned in 1970.
home.earthlink.net /~portorfordlifeboatstation/station.html   (866 words)

LifeBoat is released under the GNU General Public License.
LifeBoat can be configured to your needs by adding utilities you need for your system.
LifeBoat has an Addons function which you can use to add utilities which inspect and repair components specific to your system, such as RAID or a journaling file system.
users.rcn.com /srstites/LifeBoat/LifeBoat.home.page.html   (648 words)

 Valentia Island Lifeboat
A temporary lifeboat was stationed in Valentia between 1939 and 1945 and, in 1946 it was decided to make Valentia a permanent lifeboat and they have been in service 536 times and saved 388 lives, at the time this article was written.
The lifeboat house was moved to Valentia at a cost of £70.
The lifeboat rose and fell 20 ft to 30 ft with crashing seas; on the first run in, one man was snatched from a rope ladder.
indigo.ie /~cguiney/lifeboat.html   (920 words)

 Lifeboat 1.3.2 - MacUpdate
Wherever you choose to backup, Lifeboat will copy your files, compress them, and write out a digest of what it did for restoring later.
Lifeboat is designed to make restoration as possible as it can.
Lifeboat creates a human-readable digest at each backup location that you can use to locate each file and place it in its original location.
www.macupdate.com /info.php/id/21160/lifeboat   (569 words)

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