Torpedo Alley (1952)

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Carrier pilot Lieutenant Bob Bingham (Mark Stevens) is rescued at sea by a submarine after he freezes at the controls and crashes, killing his two crewmen. He returns to civilian life but ... See full summary »


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3 June 2006 | revdrcac
5
| Good lead performance in so-so sub drama
Mark Stevens,Dorothy Malone and Bill Williams star in this action-oriented sea yarn from the 1950's. It is a tale of failure, redemption, duty and romance. While the film does not compare favorably to such war films as Destination Tokyo or Torpedo Run, Mark Stevens does do a great job as the lead officer. The script seemed routine though ..........

Stevens, who starred in the film Jack Slade, had a long and productive career in acting, never quite reaching the star status he so richly deserved. This film again demonstrates his ability to make a mediocre film watchable.

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