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Fire Down Below 

Edmund acts as a witness to the wedding between the injured Prettiman and Miss Granham, with flowers grown by the captain in his window boxes. Despite initial animosity towards him Edmund ... See full summary »

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Edmund acts as a witness to the wedding between the injured Prettiman and Miss Granham, with flowers grown by the captain in his window boxes. Despite initial animosity towards him Edmund starts to show some admiration for the older man's liberal ideas. With the mast broken the ship is drifting perilously close to an ice-field but Benet saves the situation by pouring molten lead into the mast's base, which steadies it and the ship reaches Sydney safely. Due to Edmund's influence Summers is given his own ship but dies when it catches fire though for Edmund there is a happy ending as he is reconciled with Marion, who has also arrived in Sydney. Written by don @ minifie-1

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When Edmund scolds the drunk Mr. Pike, Pike lays his head on the table and his beer mug slides off the table with the pitching of the ship. A moment later when other crew members walk in, Pike is again gripping his mug. See more »

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Miss Granham: The voyage has been a considerable part of your life, sir. But... do not refine upon its nature. It was not an odyssey. It is no type emblem metaphor of the human condition. It is all rather... was... what it was.
Edmund Talbot: And what was that, mum?
Miss Granham: A series of events.
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