Lt. Cranford lives the life of a playboy sportsman until the outbreak of war when he joins the Royal Navy and is assigned to convoy protection duties. The convoy is a part of the vital supply chain that is all that is allowing Britain to fight off the Nazi threat. A German battleship targets the convoy protection ships and a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. Written by
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Life-Line of an Empire in Action!
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Did You Know?
Two of the U-boats named, U40 and U42, had been sunk in 1939 by mines and the Royal Navy (HMS Imogen and HMS Ilex) respectively. U37 (the one sunk in the film) fought through the war until 1945, sinking 55 ships and damaging 1. See more
When the order is given to 'Cease Fire', an officer speaks into the speaking tubes. However, these were put out of action earlier with orders being passed along a chain of men. See more
Prefatory title: Convoy is dedicated in all gratitude to the Officers and Men of the Royal and Merchant Navies. Their cheerful co-operation made it possible to present the many scenes in our film which were taken at sea under actual wartime conditions. See more
Eternal Father, strong to save
(also known as "Royal Navy Hymn") (uncredited)
Lyrics by William Whiting
Music by John B. Dykes
Sung by the survivors at the church parade back in harbour See more