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
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Did You Know?
The car Peggy drives to the dock to catch up with her father is a 1940 Buick Special 46C convertible coupe. Only 3,763 were made. It had a base price of $1,077 ($18,460 in 2017). At auction in excellent condition this car could fetch over $50,000 in 2017. (Note: her father arrives after her in a 1940 Buick as well.) See more
Early in the movie, a scene is shot at Alec Severn's office and the character's first name is incorrectly spelled (Alex) on the front door at his place of business. See more
You know, I'm really surprised to find you're human at times.
How would you know?
What do you think I picked you up for? Love at third sight?
Followed by Captain Tugboat Annie
A Life on the Ocean Wave
Music by Henry Russell
Lyrics by Epes Sargent
Played during the opening credits
Sung a cappella by Marjorie Rambeau
Sung a cappella by Harry Shannon
Variations included in the score throughout See more