DescriptionWorld War Two drama from Alfred Hitchcock following the tensions that arise in a lifeboat filled with the survivors of a torpedoed passenger ship. Among those seeking refuge on the lifeboat are fashion journalist Connie Porthead (Tallulah Bankhead), tycoon Rittenhouse (Henry Hull), seaman Kovak (John Hodiak), injured stoker Gus (William Bendix), radio operator Stanley Garrett (Hume Cronyn) and a nurse, Alice (Mary Anderson). Their numbers are swelled further when a German, Willy (Walter Slezak), from the U-Boat responsible for the bombing is also taken on board. Slowly and subtly, the new arrival begins to influence the actions of his fellow passengers, manipulating each situation in order to manoeuvre the craft towards a rendezvous with his own people. Hitchcock was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the film, along with writer John Steinbeck.
Hume Cronyn • Henry Hull • Heather Angel • Canada Lee • Mary Anderson • John Hodiak • Tallulah Bankhead • Walter Slezak • William Bendix • William Yetter Jr
Interactive Menus\Scene Access\Interviews: Alfred Hitchcock\Making Of Documentary
• Certificate: PG • Format: Blu-ray • Number of Discs: 2 • Running Time: 98 minutes • Language: English