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Salty old captain Sam McVey (Louis Wolheim) takes on a pair of passengers -- a preacher and his innocent wife -- who would like to travel down the Pacific coast. McVey wrongly assumes that the devout duo -- in reality bank robbers Smiley Marsden (Ian Keith) and Frisco Kitty (Mary Astor) -- will require his protection to survive the roguish behavior of his unruly crew. But, as the journey progresses, McVey finds himself falling for Kitty and completely disarmed by her independent nature.

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Audience Reviews for Sin Ship

  • May 14, 2016
    Despite only being 65 minutes long and its suggestive title, this movie moves at a snail's pace, and is a complete snooze. The movie was briefly interesting when Mary Astor's character revealed she had only been acting when she told the ship captain off when he made advances towards her (and her husband, masking as a reverend, is a bank robber on the run), but it doesn't go anywhere afterwards. There are scenes that are dragged out excessively, reflecting a very weak script and a novice director (actually Louis Wolheim, who also plays the captain). It's mystifying to me how anyone could like it, as there are far better and more enjoyable movies from this time period.
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