Long Voyage
2011
Description
Director : John Ford
After a night of revelry in the West Indies, the crew of the Glencairn return to the tramp steamerand set sail for Baltimore. They're a varied lot, from middle-aged Irishman Driscoll (Thomas Mitchell), to the young Swedish ex-farmer Ole Olsen (John Wayne), to the brooding lord Jim-like Englishman Smitty (Ian Hunter). After the ship picks up a load of dynamite in Baltimore, the rough seas they encounter become especially nerve-racking to the crew, specially when they are struggling between choosing the difficult livelihood and going back to their family life.
Fields
Home Video
  • Long Vyoage Home / R399.00
  • Director:- John Ford

    After a night of revelry in the West Indies, the crew of the Glencairn return to the tramp steamerand set sail for Baltimore. They're a varied lot, from middle-aged Irishman Driscoll (Thomas Mitchell), to the young Swedish ex-farmer Ole Olsen (John Wayne), to the brooding lord Jim-like Englishman Smitty (Ian Hunter). After the ship picks up a load of dynamite in Baltimore, the rough seas they encounter become especially nerve-racking to the crew, specially when they are struggling between choosing the difficult livelihood and going back to their family life.

    About Director:- Highly regarded by Ingmar Bergman and Orson Welles among other countless filmmakers across the world, John Ford (February 1, 1894 – August 31, 1973) is famous for both his westerns such as Stagecoach and the searchers and the film version of the great American novel the grapes of wrath. His four best director academy awards (1935, 1940, 1941, and 1952) is still a record in the history of Oscars.
Projects