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The Sea Hawk(1924)

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  • A MOVIE WORTH WATCHING!

    • MARLENE RANTZ
    • 7/6/11

    I CAN'T SAY THIS SILENT VERSION OF THIS MOVIE WAS BETTER THAN THE SOUND VERSION, BUT I CAN DEFINITELY SAY IT WAS AS GOOD AS THE SOUND VERSION! MILTON SILLS WAS ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC IN THIS MOVIE, AND I CAN NOT UNDERSTAND WHY HE IS COMPLETELY FORGOTTEN TODAY. CERTAINLY HE IS NOT COMPLETELY FORGOTTEN BY VIEWERS OF TCM! THE SUPPORTING CAST CONTRIBUTED EXCELLENT PERFORMANCES! A MOVIE WORTH WATCHING!

  • As Good as Fairbanks!

    • Susan Cohen
    • 1/22/08

    Milton Sills delivers a performance that, while perhaps not the athletic equal of Douglas Fairbanks, certainly meets him in appearance, and possibly surpasses him in serious acting. The intricacies of the plot far outweigh the few silly liberties taken with Islam and the Arabian culture/language, and Wallace Beery's performance is a shining thread of future greatness not to be missed. The sets, the costuming (well, maybe just the men's), the miniatures-as-full-sized ships: all superb. I am waiting for the day this comes out on DVD!!

  • Organ music influence

    • Lucie Tsangarakis
    • 1/21/08

    This movie needs to be released on DVD ASAP. All students who study early 20th organ would benefit greatly by hearing the musical score. It is truly worth of study if only to discuss its brilliant influences by some of the greatest masters of the time. No one can possibly ignore the great influences of Charles Marie Widor or Louis Vierne. All

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