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The Navy Way (1944)





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Johnny Jersey (Robert Lowery) learns The Navy Way in this typical Pine-Thomas actioner. A product of the streets, Johnny has no time for authority and protocol, thus has a lot of difficulty adjusting to the regimen at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station (where much of the film was shot). Gradually, however, Johnny comes to appreciate the value of cooperation and teamwork. It helps a bit, of course, that he falls for pretty WAVE Ellen Sayre (Jean Parker). But even after losing Ellen to fellow seaman Mal Randall (Bill Henry), Johnny remains loyal to the Navy and all it stands for (which is evidently quite a lot!) Not so much a movie as a patriotic tract, The Navy Way is definitely a product of its times.


Robert Lowery
as Johnny Zumano/Johnny Jersey
Bill Henry
as Malcolm Randall
Jean Parker
as Ellen Sayre
Roscoe Karns
as Frankie Gimble
Robert Armstrong
as Chief Petty Officer Harper
Richard Powers
as Steve Appleby
Tom Keene
as Steve Appleby
Larry Nunn
as Billy Jamison
Joseph Crehan
as Chaplin Benson
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