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November 27th, 1999, Out of the Blue Productions staged the 40th anniversary remembrance of the sinking of the Carl D. Bradley at Port Huron's' McMorran Auditorium. Using footage gathered for the program, this DVD is unequaled when it comes to telling the Bradley's story. The program includes:

  • A video & music tribute to the crew of the Bradley by Out of the Blue Productions and folk singer Lee Murdock.
  • The history of the Carl D. Bradley and of the Bradley Transportation Company, including the events leading up to and immediately following the sinking.
  • Bernie Hellstrom - Shares his ideas on how the Bradley sank along with the first underwater video ever recorded of the wreck.
  • Captain Harold Muth (USCG ret.) - Commander of the USCG Cutter Sundew in 1958, telling of the search for the Bradley and of the rescue of survivors Elmer Fleming and Frank Mays.
  • Frank Mays - Sole living survivor of the Bradley sinking. Frank tells of the sinking of the Bradley and his ordeal on an open life raft until rescued by the USCG Cutter Sundew.
  • Folk singer Dan Hall - Singing his tribute "When the Bradley was torn and then gone...."
DVD Cover Bradley sailing and as a shipwreck
2 disc set - 90 minutes
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Carl D. Bradley

40th Anniversary Remembrance

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