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A young doctor gets stuck on a ship after treating an injured first mate. Later, he rescues a woman from plane wreckage, and with the help of the cook, he hides her away from the rowdy and dangerous crew.

  1. Maurice Tourneur

    Director, Writer

  2. Franzos Keremen

    Novel

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  1. Marlene Dietrich

    Marlene Dietrich

    Ethel Marley

  2. Fritz Kortner

    Fritz Kortner

    Capt. Fernando Vela

  3. Robin Irvine

    William 'T.W.' Cheyne - a young American doctor

  4. Vladimir Sokoloff

    Vladimir Sokoloff

    Grischa - the Cook

  5. Gaston Modot

    Gaston Modot

    Morain - the escaped convict

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The Ship of Lost Men

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Original Title Das Schiff der verlorenen Menschen

Status Released

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  • September 17, 1929
    Theatrical

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Original Language German

Runtime 2h 1m

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