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A spoiled brat who falls overboard from a steamship gets picked up by a fishing boat, where he's made to earn his keep by joining the crew in their work.
Photographer Harold Rosson was briefly replaced by Harold J. Marzorati in early February 1937 while Rosson was ill with the flu.
There'll be none of that. No trays.
Dr. Finley: The Star Telegram has you quoted quite definitely: 'before departing by plane for New York, Mr. Cheyne stated that the new equipment is to be provided by the present bond issue.' The other papers have virtually ...
In the penultimate scenes, Harvey and Mr. Cheyne each throw a wreath into the water. Mr. Cheyne's wreath lands next to Harvey's. However, when shown again, Mr. Cheyne's wreath sits partially atop of Harvey's wreath as they float away on the outgoing tide.
The opening credits are letters on planks, like the lettering on the side of ships, and between screen-fulls, a foaming wave of water splashes over it and then runs off. In the initial sets of credits, these appear to be actually letter-forms attached to the wood, as the water gets deflected by some of the letters; in later sets of credits, this effect is harder to see and the sets may be credits superimposed upon wood.
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