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There are a lot of great characters along for the ride.
Adventure film starring Clark Gable as a brave sea captain, Jean Harlow as his brassy paramour, and Wallace Beery as an extremely suspicious-looking character.
The love triangle is set against the Hong Kong-Singapore voyage, complete with a ferocious storm and a pirate attack.
Aside from all the edge-of-your-chair drama, just dig Jean Harlow in the gorgeous slitted-sleeve evening gown! Absolutely awesome!! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kenneth nelson
I enjoyed watching this Harlow Gable movie. I enjoy watching the old scenes and acting by the greats of the past and trying to build my DVD library of as many as I can.Published 7 months ago by rosebud
not bad gable film seems to be a rehash of gables earlier film red dust 1932,also with harlow.wallace beery is for once not the loveable guy of his other films he is the bad guy in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by elchoya
GOOD GABLE AND HARLOW VEHICLE.. I LOVED THESE TWO TOGETHER THEY WERE REALLY GREAT ENJOYED MORE THAN THE CRAWFORD MOVIESPublished 8 months ago by steve funghini
If you understand the movie was made in 1935 and are a Clark Gable fan, the film is very enjoyable. Quite a hit in its day.Published 11 months ago by bob runge
Love the stars - this one is not one of the better vehicles they co-starred in. Sure there are moments but for a relatively short film it seems to take forever. Read morePublished 12 months ago by jd
Gable is at his classic best as the skipper of a steamer ferrying cargo and a host of quirky passengers. There are a lot of great characters along for the ride. Read morePublished 16 months ago by R. W. Holt
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and it has wonderful views of Hong Kong. Clark Gable is in good form as usual. I've already viewed it several times. It's a keeper.Published 17 months ago by Paul R.