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High Seas (film)

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High Seas (film)

High Seas
Directed by Denison Clift
Produced by Denison Clift
Written by Monckton Hoffe (story)
Victor Kendall
Denison Clift
Starring Lillian Rich
John Stuart
Randle Ayrton
Winter Hall
Music by John Reynders
Cinematography Claude L. McDonnell
Studio British International Pictures
Distributed by First National-Pathé Pictures
Release date(s) May 1929
Running time 72 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

High Seas is a 1929 British adventure film directed by Denison Clift and starring Lillian Rich, James Carew, John Stuart, Randle Ayrton and Winter Hall. The film follows a wealthy young man who falls in love with a sailor's daughter who saves him from a shipwreck. When he announces he wants to marry her, his family try to foil the match.[1] It was based on a story by Monckton Hoffe.



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  • Internet Movie Database

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