Approved | | Drama, Romance, War
In 1943, an American fishing boat has a fateful encounter with a seriously damaged Danish schooner off of Canada's Atlantic coast.
This was the only film that Dana Andrews (Pat Banyon) and his younger brother Steve Forrest (Holtz, one of the Germans) made together.
Here I am, towing the Nazi's victim to the harbor and I feel it's exactly what they want me to do.
A crewman states that the mystery vessel must be Danish because the only remaining square riggers are Danish. In fact, Germany also had square rigged ships during this period. One became the American Coast Guard "Eagle" and one the Russian "Tovarisch" as war prizes taken following World War II.
Opening credits prologue: GLOUCESTER, MASS. 1943
English, Danish, German
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