Made during World War II, this chronicles a voyage of a U.S. submarine on a secret mission to the very shores of Japan. Much of the film is spent developing the cast of characters that populate the sub. Written by
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Explosive ! . . . And As Big As The Broad Pacific !
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The actor who was operated on for appendicitis was Robert Hutton (1920-1994). Hutton bore a startling resemblance to Jimmy Stewart: during World War II, when Stewart enlisted in the Army in March 1941, Hutton benefited from "victory casting" in roles that would ordinarily have gone to Stewart.
After leaving Warner Brothers' studios Hutton continued working in movies, TV shows and as a writer and director in England for several years. He returned years later to United States and lived in New York where he was born and raised. He was a cousin of the Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton.
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Japanese soldiers board a truck to seek source of radio transmissions by a U.S. Navy shore party in Tokyo Bay. The truck has a left hand drive whereas Japanese vehicles have the steering wheel on the right hand side. Japanese drive on the left side of the road. See more
Reserve Officer Raymond
[Just having come aboard the 'Copperfin'
Uh... How do I get below, sir? I... I've never been aboard a submarine before.
[Slightly bemused, as he points to the only obvious entry into the submarine
There's the hatch. It goes 'down.'
Night and Day
Written by Cole Porter
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