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Guest Kerr, Rich

Navy Movie

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Guest Kerr, Rich

There was a movie made in the mid 30s about the US Navy. I think Dick Powell was in it and in the movie was the song "Don't Give Up The Ship". There was an explosion aboard a Battleship. I would sure like to know the name of the movie and if it's still available to be played on TCM.

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Guest Silva, Bill de

Does anyone out there own a good color copy of the 1946 Universal film WHITE SAVAGE which starred Maria Montez and Jon Hall? I have most of her films, but the only ones that seem to be available are with private collectors, but the prints are either very light or very dark. I have a contact in LA who was a former movie projectionist and is now devoting his time to obtaining and copying old vintage films for customers. He does professional work and I have purchased several films from him that are hard to find, and his work has been exceptional. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks.

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Guest Boyajian, Jerry

Rich, the Navy movie you're looking for is Shipmates Forever, from Warner Bros in 1935, and with Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, and Lewis Stone. As far as I can tell, it hasn't played on TCM in at least the last year and a half, but being a Warner film, I don't see any good reason why it wouldn't be in TCM's library.

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