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Shore Leave (1925)

 -  Comedy  -  6 September 1925 (USA)
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Cast overview:
D.X. (Bilge) Smith
Connie Martin
Ted McNamara ...
Bat Smith
Nick Long ...
Capt. Martin
Marie Shotwell ...
Mrs. Schuyler-Payne
Arthur Metcalfe ...
Mr. Schuyler-Payne
Warren Cook ...
Adm. Smith
Samuel E. Hines ...
Chief Petty Officer (as Samuel Hines)


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6 September 1925 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Encantos à Beira-Mar  »

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The 1922 Broadway play upon which this was based, "Shore Leave", was later adapted as a musical play, "Hit the Deck" (1927), with music by Vincent Youmans. That was later produced as an early sound musical film, Hit the Deck (1929). In 1936, it was again adapted as a movie musical with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers but with different music & lyrics, this time by Irving Berlin, Follow the Fleet (1936). In 1955, yet another remake was made, this time returning to the original Vincent Youmans 1927 Broadway musical score, Hit the Deck (1955). See more »


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Production line romance shows its star out of character.
25 September 2002 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

SHORE LEAVE fall in the gap between Barthlemess as the Tol'able teenager and him as the anguished middle aged lead in the Warners thirties dramas. It's odd to find him playing a thick, aggressive Cagney type

The film is a machine made romance, too artificial and implausible to involve more than curiosity. The handling is competent and the appealing Miss Mackaill is winning, if too self possessed, as the never been kissed dress maker. More sea faring material and less of painted backdrop Nantucket would have helped.

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