Carlo Roma and his foster-son, Toma, and their friend Beppo, are living a happy fisherman's life in San Francisco until Carlo's widowed sister-in-law, Stella, shows up with her brat-son, Rudolph, and takes over. Poor Toma gets his feelings hurt and the idea he "isn't wanted" and runs away.
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Strange sights and unusual scenes among the happy fisher folk of San Francisco's "Dead End," a locale absolutely new to the screen...background for the touching drama of a lad who "wasn't wanted" by the folks he loved the most, (original ad)
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Did You Know?
This film's earliest documented telecasts occurred in New York City Monday 17 November 1947 on WNBT (Channel 4), in Los Angeles Sunday 22 February 1948 on KTLA (Channel 5), and in St. Louis Thursday 11 March 1948 on KSD (Channel 5). See more
Slicker the Seal is credited onscreen as "Himself," but he is called "Julius" in the film. See more
Torna a Surriento (Return to Sorrento)
Written by Ernesto De Curtis
Sung by Bobby Breen
Reprised by them at the end See more