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Hellcats of the Navy

Naval officers Charles Lockwood and Hans Christian Adamson wrote this WW II thriller chronicling the true story of one of the most daring submarine operations in the history of naval warfare. 'Hellcats of the Navy' starts with a tense mission, and is a study of military protocol and the undeniable human emotions of those who follow it. Starring (for the first and only time) Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy Davis.

Year: 1957
Genre: War and Anti-War Films, True Stories
Country: USA
Director: Nathan Juran
Starring: Ronald Reagan, Nancy Davis, Arthur Franz
Duration: 78 Minutes
Rating: G
5.4/10
Location in store: War

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