A U.S. Navy crew aboard a merchant marine ship battle Nazis.
Did You Know?
This movie marked the first use of the new RKO radio signal trademark that spelled "VICTORY". The signal in previous films spelled out "RKO". See more
The court martial at the beginning of the movie is about an incident on the USS Bayonne. As reference is made to the "forward turret" and the name is that of a city, the referenced ship would have to be a cruiser. However, no cruiser or any other type of ship in the U.S. Navy was named Bayonne before the war. In 1943, during World War II, the USS Bayonne (PG-129 / PF-21) was constructed. It was originally classified as a gunboat (PG), but this was later changed to a frigate (PF). See more
Edited from Suicide Fleet
Tales from the Vienna Woods
Written by Johann Strauss
Played on a violin by Carl Esmond
aboard ship See more