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The Decks Ran Red (1958)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Capt. Edwin Rummill
Henry Scott
Leroy Martin
Katharine Bard ...
Joan Rummill
Alex Cole
Hanna Landy ...
Doris Belger
John Gallaudet ...
'Bull' Pringle
Barney Phillips ...
Karl Pope
David Cross ...
Mace (as David R. Cross)
Hank Patterson ...
Mr. Moody
Harry Bartell ...
Tom Walsh
Joel Fluellen ...
Guy Kingsford ...
Jim Osborne
Jonathan Hole ...
Mr. Adams


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They murdered her man... and now she was at the mercy of the love-starved crew of the Berwind!


Adventure | Drama


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Release Date:

20 March 1959 (West Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Infamy at Sea  »

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Capt. Edwin Rummill: [Responding to a sarcastic remark made by one of the crew] Oh, dear. I suppose every ship must have its comic. It's one of the curses of the sea - like rats, and scurvy.
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Referenced in To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar (1995) See more »

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Would like to know what ship(s) were used in the filming.
8 July 2004 | by (Rancho Cordova, California) – See all my reviews

First time watching and I was captivated throughout. I'm not sure why attention was given to Dorothy Dandridge as hers seemed like a small part. Very brutal but believable plot given that anything could happen on the open sea. I especially liked the scene of the ship intending to ram the lifeboat. It was a great camera angle and one actor uses sailor jargon like, "she's really got a bone in her teeth". I was also amused by the hip lingo used by the actors. Crawford reminds me of a ratpacker no matter what film he is in. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what ship(s) was used in the film for the interior and exterior shots? It looks like a Liberty Ship I took a cruise on, the S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien.

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