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 witha 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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