Son of the Navy

1940, Drama, 1h 10m

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An orphan boy (Martin Spellman) latches on to a Navy man (James Dunn) and a woman (Jean Parker) who treat him like a son.

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  • Aug 25, 2018
    Generic family crowd pleaser, this one's about an orphan trying to find a family to belong to. The strings are ever so apparent throughout this production (which takes out a small bit of time to up the Navy ... okay, it's a lot of time! Yay, Navy!). It's not too offensive to the mind overall, but, er, predictable as all get out.
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