Captain Henri Rochard is a French officer assigned to work with Lieut. Catherine Gates. Through a wacky series of misadventures, they fall in love and marry. When the war ends, Capt. ... See full summary »
Husband and wife Americans Dr. Eugene and Mrs. Helen Ferguson - he a renowned neurosurgeon - are traveling through Latin America for a vacation. When they make the decision to return to New... See full summary »
Three decorated Navy pilots finagle a four day leave in San Francisco. They procure a posh suite at the hotel and Commander Crewson, a master of procurement, arranges to populate it with ... See full summary »
Beautiful young Virginian Jane steps down from her proper aristocratic upbrining when she marries down-to-earth surveyor Matt Howard. Matt joins the Colonial forces in their fight for ... See full summary »
The story in this movie deals with the perseverance of Spaniards to take back their country from the French who have conquered Spain under Napoleon as he marched over Europe. A huge cannon,... See full summary »
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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In the under water scenes, someone had fun making the seaweed. If you pay attention to it, one growth of seaweed looks just like Big Bird. Pay attention and you can see it in a couple of shots. One place you can see it is while they are attacking the Japanese aircraft carrier See more »
Footage of the bombing raid includes several shots of bombs falling from the bomb bay. One shot shows six bombs falling from one plane and another shot shows seven bombs. The B-25's that flew in the Doolittle Raid were armed with three 500 pound bombs and one incendiary cluster for a total of four bombs per plane. See more »
You ever want to be a real doctor, Pills?
Yeah... I was one of those college wise-guys who didn't know where he was going. Funny place to find out, on submarines.
What college did you go to?
California. Only a year. Then I signed up. I had an "A" in chemistry... so they made me a Pharmacists Mate.
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I saw it at age seven, and the impact on me was no different than on adults. We struck back at the sneaking enemy. We were on the road to revenge for Pearl Harbor. Aside from all that, here is what I think today. Cary Grant was the perfect hero for us. He was calm and determined. He was real. Then there was John Garfield who spoke for all of us when he branded Japan as a police state. Dane Clark was very good, if somewhat emotional And Charlie of the Angels, John Forsythe, made his debut and he too was good. There was some propaganda, but really not that much. The movie demonstrated the perfect resolve of the USA to destroy the "Japs" as we called them in wartime. It is still a good flick.
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