Approved | | Adventure, Comedy, Romance
On a small South Pacific island during WW2, various US Navy P.R. personnel pass the time romancing the nurses and the native girls while trying to avoid front line Sea Duty.
Ann Francis and Earl Holliman both stared in 1956 Forbidden Planet.
Lt. Cmdr. Clinton T. Nash:
Correspondence Liaison Officer, any report on Admiral Boatwright?
Lt. J.G. Max Siegel: Yes, sir. He refused to grant the 'Time' and 'Newsweek' interviews.
Lt. Cmdr. Clinton T. Nash: The admiral's one of those old-fashioned naval types who seems to believe that the Navy is merely a collection of ...
It appears that Farragut Jones has his insignia, commonly called his crow, on the wrong sleeve. However, during the time period of this movie (WWII) Navy enlisted rates were worn on either sleeve. Original ratings such as Boatswain and Gunners Mates were "right sleeve" rates and later ratings were "left sleeve" rates. The sailor in question seems to be a Yeoman (admin ass't person) so he is correct wearing his rating on the left sleeve. This was changed after WWII and today all enlisted sailors wear their rating on the left sleeve.
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