Sailor of the King 1953

Produced by 20th Century Fox in Britain, this odd little film has apparently two different endings, I saw the one with the happy ending. I can find no information on the visual effects or the miniature effects personnel for this film, there isn’t even any credits for special effects.

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  1. It’s pretty awful movie. The original C. S. Forrester novel is set during World War I, and the protagonist dies at the end, never knowing that his actions enabled the German cruiser to be destroyed by a British squadron, commanded by his unacknowledged father.

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