In spite of the constant difficulties imposed by her rival Captain Bullwinkle, the widowed Tugboat Annie manages to hold her own in the competitive tugboat business in the port of Secoma. But with the aid of Eddie Kent, a young sailor who works for her, and Peggy Armstrong, a rich socialite who is in love with Eddie, Annie overcomes the odds. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When the floating dry-dock Annie is to take to Alaska is first seen in a long shot, it is full of other small ships. In the next shot from aboard the dry-dock, its deck is empty. See more
For the last two hours, waitin' for the sun to rise, I've been full of an empty feeling. There's somethin' rotten in the state of Dakota.
Follows Tugboat Annie
Sailing, Sailing, Over the Bounding Main
Written by Godfrey Marks
Strains included in the score during the opening credits See more