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Published on November 30th, 2012 | by Chris


Best Navy Movies?

The Huffington Post has a list of what they think are the best Navy movies of all time (of all time!)  I've not seen a couple of these yet, and I take issue with a few of these, most notably Destination Tokyo and Mister Roberts (no, I still don't like it.)  I'd have to add a few others, maybe The Beford Incident (the first review here!) and maybe a couple others.  Lots of room to play here.

What do you think is missing from the list? Shouldn't be on it? Agree wholeheartedly?

Link: The Best Navy Movies of All Time

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2 Responses to Best Navy Movies?

  1. BDR says:

    In general, I’m not much of a fan of naval films. Not sure why. I can’t say that I personally enjoyed any of the movies listed in that article that I have seen. However, there are some navy-oriented war movies I love, like The Sand Pebbles and The Battleship Potemkin.

  2. the war movie buff says:

    That is a fine list. I have no problems with any of the selections. I was especially pleased to see “In Which We Serve” getting recognition. I would add the first movie in the Hornblower series – “The Duel”.

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