Film review by Dan Willard. Only the International Sound Version survives from this John Ford film about a submarine crew trapped on the bottom of the ocean.
A film like this that deals openly with the subject of prostitution and pokes fun at conventional morality would be impossible to make in Hollywood after the Hays Code began to be rigidly enforced in 1934.
Film review by Dan Willard. Though shot in Hollywood to take advantage of the new sound stages, this British production marks the debut of James Whale as a film director and is Colin Clive’s first screen appearance.
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