In which we serve Two Cities Film released by the Rank Organization.

By: Coward, NoelContributor(s): Mills, John | Lean, David | Miles, Bernard | Johnson, Celia | Wilding, Michael | Attenborough, Richard | Massey, Daniel | Mills, Juliet | Two Cities Films (Firm) | Rank Organisation | Hallmark Home Entertainment (Firm)Material type: TextTextPublication details: Los Angeles, CA Hallmark Home Entertainment 1995 Description: 1 videocassette (100 min.) sd., b&w. 1/2 inSubject(s): Battleships | Warships | World War, 1939-1945Abstract: When the British destroyer H.M.S. Torrin is torpedoed in WWII, a small lifeboat of survivors cling to their memories and their courage in this spellbi nding tribute to the human spirit which is based on true events. As told throug h flashback as they dodge enemy fire and pray for rescue, the survivors remembe r their loved ones left behind and shipmates who once stood beside them as they recall the ship's war-time career.
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Videocassette release of a motion picture originally produced in 1942.

Director, Noel Coward, David Lean ; screenplay-music, Noel Coward.

Noel Coward, John Mills, Bernard Miles, Celia Johnson, Michael Wilding, Richar d Attenborough, Daniel Massey, Juliet Mills.

When the British destroyer H.M.S. Torrin is torpedoed in WWII, a small lifeboa t of survivors cling to their memories and their courage in this spellbinding t ribute to the human spirit which is based on true events. As told through flash back as they dodge enemy fire and pray for rescue, the survivors remember their loved ones left behind and shipmates who once stood beside them as they recall the ship's war-time career.

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When the British destroyer H.M.S. Torrin is torpedoed in WWII, a small lifeboat of survivors cling to their memories and their courage in this spellbi nding tribute to the human spirit which is based on true events. As told throug h flashback as they dodge enemy fire and pray for rescue, the survivors remembe r their loved ones left behind and shipmates who once stood beside them as they recall the ship's war-time career.

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