Warner Bros. released Operation Pacific to theaters on January 27, 1951. George Waggner directs the western which stars John Wayne, Patricia Neal, and Ward Bond.
‘Operation Pacific’ Movie Summary
Operation Pacific is a war movie. Or maybe it’s a romance film. I’m not sure, and neither is the film.
The movie follows the naval adventures of Lt. Cmdr. Duke Gifford, a career naval officer in the middle of World War II fighting the Japanese navy. Duke has dedicated his life to the sea, and has even given up on his marriage to the much younger, Mary Stuart. Mary lost her husband to his mistress, which is long, phallic, loves to be wet, and is full of seaman. And no Lori, it is not what you are thinking. Duke’s mistress is his submarine, the Thunderfish, which coincidentally is Chris’ porn stage name.
The Thunderfish is having some trouble. In addition to being constantly hunted by the Japanese navy, the Thunderfish is shooting blanks. I mean, the sub’s swimmers are not hitting their target. Boy, are we lucky that Chris is not on the episode to talk about symbolism. Essentially, the problem is the torpedoes are not blowing shit up when they should.read full summary
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