Corvette K-225 (1948)




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Randolph Scott was the star of Corvette K-225, a tribute to the World War II corvette escorts which guided Allied convoys through treacherous Atlantic waters. Scott plays the officer in charge of a Royal Canadian corvette cruiser, dedicated to keeping the troops safe from enemy submarine attack. The focus of the film is a danger-ridden journey from Halifax to Britain, the tension quotient heightened by the use of actual combat footage. Only the romantic triangle involving Scott, James Brown and Ella Raines bogs down this thrill-a-minute war picture. Corvette K-225 was produced by Howard Hawks, though the direction was credited to Richard Rosson. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Randolph Scott
as Lieut. Commander MacClain
Ella Raines
as Joyce Cartwright
James Brown (II)
as Lt. Paul Cartwright
Barry Fitzgerald
as Stooky O'Meara
Fuzzy Knight
as Cricket
Richard Lane
as Admiral
David Bruce
as Rawlins
James Flavin
as Gardner
Holmes Herbert
as Convoy Commander
John Frederick
as 1st Officer
Oscar O'Shea
as Merchant Ship Captain
Gene O'Donnell
as Wardrobe Steward
John Diggs
as Bailey
Edmund MacDonald
as Lieutenant LeBlanc
Lester Matthews
as British Captain
Milburn Stone
as Canadian Captain
Peter Lawford
as Naval Officer
Addison Richards
as Cmdr. Rowland
Charles McGraw
as Engineroom Chief
George O'Hanlon
as RCAL Wireless Operator
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