Action In The North Atlantic

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Academy Award winner Humphrey Bogart stars as a hero of the wartime merchant marine in Action in the North Atlantic. During World War II, the United States has been supplying its ally, the Soviet Union, as that country valiantly fights the invading German Army. read more
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Academy Award winner Humphrey Bogart stars as a hero of the wartime merchant marine in Action in the North Atlantic. During World War II, the United States has been supplying its ally, the Soviet Union, as that country valiantly fights the invading German Army. But the supply lines cross the frigid, treacherous waters of the North Atlantic. When his ship is torpedoed by the Germans in mid-ocean, first mate Joe Rossi (Bogart) rallies the survivors of his crew to navigate their tiny lifeboat to land. After their harrowing journey, the brave seamen have only a brief time ashore before they set out to sea again, daring another crossing through submarine infested waters to supply the desperate Russians.

Original Release

06/12/1943

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Cast

Humphrey Bogart Lt. Joe Rossi
Raymond Massey Capt. Steve Jarvis
Alan Hale Boats O'Hara
Julie Bishop Pearl O'Neill
Ruth Gordon Mrs. Sarah Jarvis
Sam Levene Abel 'Chips' Abrams
Dane Clark Johnnie Pulaski
Peter Whitney Whitey Lara
Dick Hogan Cadet Ezra Parker
Eddie Hall Casino Club Patron at Loudmouth's Table (uncredited)
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Lloyd Bacon, Byron Haskin, Raoul Walsh

Writers

John Howard Lawson, Guy Gilpatric, A.I. Bezzerides, W.R. Burnett

Cast

Humphrey Bogart Lt. Joe Rossi
Raymond Massey Capt. Steve Jarvis
Alan Hale Boats O'Hara
Julie Bishop Pearl O'Neill
Ruth Gordon Mrs. Sarah Jarvis
Sam Levene Abel 'Chips' Abrams
Dane Clark Johnnie Pulaski
Peter Whitney Whitey Lara
Dick Hogan Cadet Ezra Parker
Eddie Hall Casino Club Patron at Loudmouth's Table (uncredited)
William Hopper Canadian Soldier (uncredited)
Peter van Eyck German Ensign (uncredited)
Irving Bacon Bartender (uncredited)
Iris Adrian Jenny O'Hara (uncredited)
Virginia Christine Pebbles (scenes deleted)
Ray Montgomery Aherne (scenes deleted)
Chick Chandler Goldberg
Alec Craig McGonigle
Donald Douglas Lieutenant-Commander
Art Gilmore President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Producers

Jack Warner Executive Producer
Jerry Wald Producer

Editors

George Amy, Thomas Pratt

1944 Oscar Best Writing, Original Story Nominated
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