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After their ship is sunk in the Atlantic by Germans, eight people are stranded in a lifeboat, among them a glamorous journalist (Tallulah Bankhead), a tough seaman (John Hodiak), a nurse (Mary Anderson) and an injured sailor (William Bendix). Their problems are further compounded when they pick up a ninth passenger - the Nazi captain from the U-boat that torpedoed them. With its powerful interplay of suspense and emotion, this legendary classic is a microcosm of humanity, revealing the subtleties of man's strengths and frailties under extraordinary duress.
Great Hitchcock thriller, a real treat. Impossible not to watch this film to the end.Published 1 day ago by V.C.
Very good movie. I thought the writers captured the panic, despair and mob-mentality of a disaster quite well. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Ron H.
This was an enjoyable Hitchcock movie from 1944. The acting was superb and it was fun to see a very Hume Cronyn, who I remember from Cocoon, as well as to discover that Talulah... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Peter S. Bradley
You just can't beat the OLE TYME MOVIES with good moral character. The screenplay was a little obvious , but other than that it was entertaining.Published 20 days ago by gmac295
72 years old and still a gripping film. The mixing of class levels in a claustrophobic setting like a life boat is an amazing conceit of screenwriting. Read morePublished 27 days ago by C. Schormann