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Girls at Sea (1958)

Not Rated | | Comedy | February 1962 (USA)
When H.M.S. Scotia pays a visit to the French Riviera, the officers, to celebrate the engagement of Marine Captain Randall to a charming American girl, Jill Eaton, throw a big party,

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Ronald Shiner ...
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Antoinette
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Mary Steele ...
Richard Coleman ...
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Harry, the Tourist
Teddy Johnson ...
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Flag. Lt. Courtney
David Lodge ...
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Arthur
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Jumper, Marine
Mercy Haystead ...
Claudine
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When H.M.S. Scotia pays a visit to the French Riviera, the officers, to celebrate the engagement of Marine Captain Randall to a charming American girl, Jill Eaton, throw a big party,

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Saucy, Spicy Comedy of Seas and Shes! See more »

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Comedy

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February 1962 (USA)  »

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Ta koritsia theloun thalassa  »

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Film debut of Richard Briers. See more »

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Remake of The Middle Watch (1940) See more »

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Girls at Sea
Music by Tony Osborne
Lyrics by Norman Newell
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Idiot Plot about 3 Young Women Stowaways on Board a British Ship
1 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a lame British comedy, based apparently on a play, about a stiff admiral (Michael Hordern) with a jealous wife, who spends the night on board a ship as it cruises from Cannes to Genoa for a NATO conference, and becomes slowly aware that 3 nubile young women are on board, strictly against regulations. Lionel Jeffries has a cameo as an American tourist who asks naive questions about the ship's gyro compass. Daniel Massey, younger than I've ever seen him, played a ship's officer embarrassed by the goings on. Ronald Shiner appeared as a sailor who has jilted a French flower seller, who pursues him on board and gets accidentally locked in overnight.


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