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Down to the Sea in Ships(1923)

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Brief Synopsis

This silent film tells the story of conflict in a New England whaling family.

Cast & Crew

Elmer Clifton Director
William Walcott Charles W. Morgan
William Cavanaugh Henry Morgan
Leigh R. Smith "Scuff" Smith
Elizabeth Foley Baby Patience Morgan
Thomas White Baby Tommy Dexter
Juliette Courtot "Judy" Peggs
Curtis Pierce The Town Crier
Ada Laycock "Henny" Clark
Marguerite Courtot Patience Morgan
Clara Bow "Dot" Morgan
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Providence, R. I., premiere: Nov 1922
Release Date:  1923 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White (tinted) Distributions Co:  W. W. Hodkinson Corp.
Sound:  Silent Production Co:  Whaling Film Corp.
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  12    

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  • The Wanderer whaling ship

    Fred Denton 2012-11-18

    The actual whaling scenes were taken aboard the Wanderer, not the Morgan (it was made to look like it was the Morgan). The Wanderer sunk a year later... MORE>

  • The ship in the movie is the Charles W. Morgan.

    Thomas Jay Searls 2009-08-22

    The whaling ship shown in this movie actually taking whales at sea is the Charles W. Morgan. It has been preserved as an attraction at Mystic Seaport in... MORE>