Men Without Women 1930
After a brief leave in Shanghai, where the sailors are allowed to indulge in plenty of woman and booze, the crew of a U.S. Navy submarine are called back into duty. Attempting to beat the rough weather ahead, the sub collides with another ship, with the submarine beginning to take in water as a result. With water rising and lack of oxygen, the crew begins to wonder if they can survive this accident as tensions begin to rise among the crew. Men Without Women is a story of survival and men having to come face to face with their own mortality.
Men Without Women is an early effort by the legendary filmmaker that was made in the early days of the sound era. The sound version of this early talkie by John Ford has been lost. What survives is the International Sound Version which means that most of the dialogue is conveyed via subtitles but the score, songs, and sound effects from the sound version remain.

DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 | 01:13:24 | 3.52 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English intertitles
Subtitles: none
Genre: Action, Drama

Director: John Ford
Cast: Kenneth MacKenna, Frank Albertson, J. Farrell MacDonald
Country: USA

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