What's this? John Wayne as a German sea captain and Lana Turner as a Teutonic adventuress? Yep, it's true, but the result was exactly what one might have expected: a trite, dull, and uneventful picture that was ill-conceived from the start. Director Farrow knew something about the sea,
having once served as a sailor as well as having directed TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST and BOTANY BAY. Naturally, Wayne could never portray a Nazi, so he is one of those Germans who opposed the Hitler regime and paid for idealism by being given command of a rickety freighter. He's in the Australian
area and wants to return home via Chile. On the ship are Turner, a spy who loves him; Bet...