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|Directed by||Hamilton MacFadden|
|Produced by||Armand Schaefer (associate producer)|
|Screenplay by||Dorrell McGowan
Stuart E. McGowan
|Music by||Alberto Colombo (uncredited)|
|Edited by||William Morgan|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
|64 minutes (US, original)
58 minutes (US, edited)
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- Weldon Heyburn as Chief Bos'n Mate Jim Wilson
- Jeanne Madden as Patricia 'Pat' Collins
- Warren Hymer as Mate 'Spud' Jones
- Penny Singleton as Florence 'Toots' Riley
- J. Carrol Naish as Harry Durant
- Joyce Compton as Blondie
- Charles Trowbridge as Maxwell Gordon
- Syd Saylor as Henchman Weasel
- Lane Chandler as Lt. Hays (radio voice) / Insp. L. McGrath
- Benny Burt as Henchman Maxie
- Ralph Sanford as Henchman Turk
- Don Rowan as Henchman Lew
- Bryant Washburn as Wilbur Crane
- Penny Singleton (as Dorothy McNulty) "The Lady Wants To Dance"
- Jeanne Madden - "What Do You Say?"
- Jeanne Madden - "Let's Finish the Dream"
- Jeanne Madden - "Even Since Adam and Eve"
- Sea Racketeers on Internet Movie Database
- Sea Racketeers is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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