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Ship Ahoy

Ship Ahoy

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Ship Ahoy, a patriotic musical comedy of the WWII era, swings to the tempo of it's big-band times. Eleanor Powell plays a leggy lead dancer on a cruise ship who is asked to transport a mine to Puerto Rico. Neither she nor her pulp-fiction-author beau (Red Skelton) knows she's actually working for spies; who got the idea from one of his potboiler novels! The supporting cast includes Bert Lahr (the Cowardly Lion in the Wizard of Oz) and Virginia O'Brien (Till the Clouds Roll By). All of the festivities are set to the swing of Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra featuring a very young Frank Sinatra as vocalist.

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    Title: Ship Ahoy
    Genre: Musicals (Theatrical)
    Starring: William Post, Jr., Jimmy Cross, Eleanor Powell, Red Skelton, Bert Lahr, Virginia O'Brien, William Post Jr., James Cross, Eddie Hartman, Stuart Crawford
    Directors: Edward Buzzell, Edward N. Buzzell
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Mono Sound
    Release Date: 11/1/2011
    Original Year: 1942
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 639595
    UPC: 883316395950
    Item #: WBA639595

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 11/1/2011
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 95 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives