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Please enter your information below to create your own personal account with tcm. From the narration by Bisset's other television work includes the Biblical epics Jesus and In the Beginning , and the miniseries Joan of Arc , which earned her an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Login with your social network: Director Peter Yates' creditable opening sequence is famous only for its display of Jacqueline Bisset's scuba-diving anatomy, which goes on for some time, with Nick Nolte, in The Deep , , from a Peter Benchley novel.
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