Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Sea Chase (1955)

Episode #17

Warner Bros. Pictures released The Sea Chase on January 1, 1955. John Farrow directed the film starring John Wayne, Lana Turner, and David Farrar.

‘The Sea Chase’ Movie Summary

The Sea Chase begins at the onset of World War II. As German freighter captain Karl Ehrlich, an anti-Nazi but proud German, leaves Sydney, Australia with his vessel, he finds a British warship hot on his tail. While looking to outrun it, he must also keep safe Elsa Keller; a woman his superiors ordered him to return to Germany safely along with whatever secrets she has. However, after Ehrlich’s fiercely Nazi chief officer Kirchner commits an atrocity, the British pursuit turns deadly.

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Warner Bros. released The Sea Chase on January 1, 1955. John Farrow directed the film starring John Wayne, Lana Turner, and David Farrar.

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6 Comments

    1. Hi Eddie,

      We definitely will review that one. It’s a great film. We have the next three films lined up, and then we might review Red River.

          1. I haven’t seen it before. I hadn’t heard of it before a few months ago myself. It does have Oliver Hardy in it which intrigues me as I’ve only seen him in comedies with Stan Laurel, and this is a war movie.

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