Submarine 1928

Here is a perfectly good picture gone movie. The situation is tremendous, a group of men trapped in a submarine, but the production is too mechanical. The characters need a life line. They fail to behave like human beings. A faulty story keeps this from being the picture it should be. Nevertheless, it should be seen because it is so spectacular and because of the fine handling of the key situation.

Photoplay November 1928

Books with substantial mentioning of Submarine
Victor Scherle and William Turner Levy
The Complete Films of Frank Capra
New York - Secaucus, NJ, 1992

United States 1928

Directed by

Clarence Burton
Joe Bordeaux


Running time:93 minutes
Country:United States

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