Submarine (1928)

Director
Frank Capra; Irvin Willat

Main cast
Jack Holt; Dorothy Revier; Ralph Graves; Clarence Burton; Arthur Rankin

Genres
Action, Drama

Description
Two sailors who are always competing against each other set their sights on the same girl. When she chooses one over the other, their friendship ends acrimoniously. However, things change when one the men is in a submarine trapped beneath the ocean and the other, a diver, is sent down on a rescue mission.


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