Submarine | Chicago Reader


This Frank Capra film from 1928 represents Columbia's first attempt at a class production, complete with synchronized sound. Stars Jack Holt and Ralph Graves were sullen pretty boys who plagued the studio's films throughout the 30s; here they can hardly be distracted from one another long enough to notice dance hall girl Dorothy Revier. If Capra's other attempts in this genre (Flight, Dirigible) are any indication, his involvement should be imperceptible.


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