Clara Bow - The Fleet's In

This is a story of the navy but it isn't all wet. It starts out with a bang like a cannon but ends up with some melodramatic slush. Clara Bow is always interesting and James Hall gives the finest performance of his career as the gob who mistook a good gal for a bad one. Jack Oakie, a newcomer, has a funny face and knows what to do with it. You simply mustn't miss it.

Photoplay November 1928

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The Fleet's In
United States 1928

Directed by

Bodil Rosing
Eddie Dunn
Joseph W. Girard


Running time:75 minutes
Country:United States

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