A crooked lawyer trying to cheat a young girl out of her inheritance tries to convince a sea captain to help him.



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Credited cast:
Evelyn Inchcape
Clarence Wilson ...
Henry Sykes
Peter Erkelenz ...
Capt. Karl Ludwig
Claud Allister ...
Percy Atwater
Broderick O'Farrell ...
Chairman of the Court-Martial
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Clarence Wilson


Greg Winters, a disgraced World War 1 naval officer, is the Captain of a salvage-ship in New Orleans in 1925. He crosses paths with Evelyn Inchcape, a man-hating owner of a cabaret and the heir to a fortune, and Karl Ludwig, a former German submarine commander, searching for salvation on the docks of New Orleans. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Action | Drama | War


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Release Date:

29 November 1931 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

u-67  »

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1.33 : 1
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Worth a Look -- Especially for Laura La Plante!
1 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

Another "B" that's worth a look – especially for fans of Laura La Plante – is the 1931 The Sea Ghost (later re-issued as U 67). The movie stars Alan Hale as a disgraced skipper (courtesy of the stock footage library) and German actor, Peter Erkelenz (in what turned out to be the second of only two Hollywood movies). The plot (propelled by Clarence Wilson's sneaky lawyer) moves from one creaky situation to the next and is certainly not helped by Claud Allister's typical British-to-the-backbone comic relief. Nonetheless, director William Nigh handles a bit of location footage with finesse. As for Miss La Plante's blonde bombshell, she certainly looks great (thanks to ace photographer, Sid Hickox, on loan from Warner Brothers)) but her voice seems both a little too soft and too cultured for a hard-boiled heroine.

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