This propaganda short illustrates the danger of careless talk by naval men. It demonstrates how a sailor's talk of recall is overheard by a waitress who ultimately betrays his ship to a U-boat.
Did You Know?
One of a trio of films commissioned by the Ministry of Information to promote their campaign "Careless Talk Costs Lives". This one was targeting the middle-classes. The others were Now You're Talking
(1940) (working-classes), and Dangerous Comment
(1940) (upper-classes). See more