While anchored down on a small New England port, on shore leave, Bilge Smith, a sailor, meets Connie Martin, the village dressmaker. Upon leaving, Bilge promises to return to Connie.

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D.X. (Bilge) Smith
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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 ...
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While anchored down on a small New England port, on shore leave, Bilge Smith, a sailor, meets Connie Martin, the village dressmaker. Upon leaving, Bilge promises to return to Connie.

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6 September 1925 (USA)  »

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Encantos à Beira-Mar  »

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Adapted from the Broadway play "Shore Leave" (1922). Comedy. Written by Hubert Osborne. Directed by David Belasco. Lyceum Theatre: 8 Aug 1922- Dec 1922 (closing date unknown/151 performances). Cast: Betty Alden, Audrey Baird, Reginald Barlow (as "Cap'n Martin"), Marjorie Booth, Evelyn Carter Carrington, Kenneth Diven, John F. Hamilton, Samuel E. Hines (as "Smith"), Thomas E. Jackson (as "Bat Smith"), Stanley Jessup (as "Rear Admiral Smith"), Schuyler Ladd, Nick Long, Teris Loring, Mrs. Jacques Martin, James Rennie (as "Bilge Smith, U.S.N."), Ellen Southbrook, Frances Starr, Bernard Sussman, Jose Torres, Paul E. Wilson, H.P. Woodley, Devah Worrell, Jose Yovin. Produced by David Belasco. Note: Produced as Shore Leave (1925) as a Richard Barthelmess vehicle (in the role of "Bilge Smith") by Inspirational Pictures and distributed by First National. See more »

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Version of Follow the Fleet (1936) See more »

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Have pictures taken on ship during filming.
8 January 2003 | by (los angeles california usa) – See all my reviews

My father was a Marine guard stationed onboard the USS Arkansas on June 1st, 1925...I have 5 different photos that he took during the filming including a couple of Richard Barthelmess taken while the filming was going on...don't know if anyone would be interested in this but thought I would share this with you all...thanks

Chuck


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