This was Gable's first film after being mustered out of the Air Force following WW II (where he flew many missions over Germany and was decorated for heroism), and MGM ballyhooed its greatest star with an enormous publicity campaign, proclaiming: "Gable's back and Garson's got him!" The role was tailor-made, that of a roughneck seaman who had been around...read more
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