Submarine (1928 film)
|Directed by||Frank Capra|
|Produced by||Harry Cohn|
|Written by||Norman Springer (story)
|Music by||David Broekman|
|Edited by||Arthur Roberts|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Submarine is a 1928 silent drama film directed by Frank Capra. It was produced by Harry Cohn for Columbia Pictures, and released with a synchronized music score and sound effects. This was Capra's first attempt to make an "A-picture".
Two sailor buddies have their friendship torn apart after the woman they both are in love with chooses one over the other. Their relationship gets re-evaluated when one of them becomes trapped in a submarine and the other gets sent on the rescue mission.
- Jack Holt as Jack Dorgan
- Dorothy Revier as Bessie, Mrs. Jack Dorgan
- Ralph Graves as Bob Mason
- Clarence Burton as Submarine Commander
- Arthur Rankin as The Boy
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