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Port of Missing Girls

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directed by Karl Brown
starring Harry Carey, Judith Allen, Milburn Stone, Betty Compson, Matty Fain, George Cleveland, Jane Jones, Willy Castello, Louis Vincenot, Fred 'Snowflake' Toones, John Dilson, Eddie Kane, Sandra Karina, Lyle Moraine, Lee Phelps, Charles Rosoff, Horace B.Carpenter, I.Stanford Jolley, Rex Lease
written by Karl Brown

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Being accused of a murder she didn't commit, nightclub singer Della (Judith Mason) stows away on the freight ship of Captain Storm (Harry Carey), a notorious woman hater - and yet once Della's found, the Captain soon softens up to the young girl, as she is the age of and even could be thze daughter he never even saw. Also, Storm's radio operator Jim (Milburn Stone) falls in love with Della, and he and the Captain make up a plan to hide her away on a South Sea island with no extradition laws for a couple of mnonths, until the whole thing is forgotten. And while Della is given abode in his firend Minnie's (Jane Jones) boarding house of missing girls, Storm agrees to transport a cargohold of weapons to another island for General Wong (Louis Vincenot), which is a perfectly legal operation, and yet, there is an opponent of the General, Manuel (Willy Castello), who wants to steal the weapons from right under the General's nose and to that end has secured passage for himself and his men on Storm's ship, planning on eventually killing the whole crew and the General too. Della learns of the plot and is desperate to warn Captain Storm and Jim, but the only radio in reach is that of the American Consul (John Dilson), who has to arrest her once she has entered his place - which she does anyhow, and this way saves Jim and the Captaion from certain doom. The Consul sees himself forced to hand over the girl to the next ship heading for the USA, but the next ship is Captain Storm's ... and since a film like this needs a happy end, Jim recieves a radio message that the real culprit of the murder Della was accused of has been caught while still at sea ...

 

Rather boring low budget melodrama full of clichés but devoid of substance, with plenty of corner-cutting to keep the costs down. Of the cast, only veteran Harry Carey brings some depth to his character, the rest is utterly forgettable. Not really worth your while.

 

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