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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 64

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

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Release Info

  • 1942-06-04
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Overview

On December 6, 1941, Captain Yamanada of the Japanese aircraft carrier "Hiranamu", orders full steam ahead for Pearl Harbor. His ship encounters and sinks an American yacht and the single survivor, Sue Curry, is rescued by an American submarine, the "Sea Serpent", commanded by Commander Chris Warren. He hears her story and attempts to radio a warning to Pearl Harbor. Yamanada, hearing the signals, orders the airlines jammed, and then sends his son into the air to sink the sub. The attack fails, after the sub makes a crash dive, but they fail in their warning attempts. The next morning, December 7th, the men on the sub hear the story of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and devise a desperate plan to sink the Japanese carrier by letting the carrier know their position. The carrier comes in search of the submarine.

Tagline

A Girl On A Sub Plays Desperate Hide-And-Seek With The Japs... To Save PEARL HARBOR!

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Director: Lew Landers
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Cast

John Howard

John Howard
as Commander Chris Warre…

Marguerite Chapman

Marguerite Chapman
as Sue Curry

Bruce Bennett

Bruce Bennett
as 1st Office Russell

Warren Ashe

Warren Ashe
as Bill Warren

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