Ships of the Night [DVD] [1928]

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Synopsis

Ships of the Night
A typical Poverty Row potboiler, this minor silent action melodrama featured Jacqueline Logan as a young woman searching for her wayward brother (Arthur Rankin), who is falsely accused of murder and on the lam. Along the way, Miss Logan encounters untold dangers from a maniacal Chinese warlord (the always watchable Sojin) and falls in love with a handsome ship's captain (Jack Mower). A 1922 WAMPAS Baby Star, the beautiful Jacqueline Logan had played a very alluring Mary Magdalene in Cecil B. DeMille's The King of Kings (1927), after which her career inexplicably went into a free fall. A late entry in the "yellow peril" cycle, Ships of the Night was penned by prolific genre specialist Arthur Hoerl. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Jacqueline Logan
    Jacqueline Logan - Johanna Hearne
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    Jack Mower - Dan Meloy
  • Andy Clyde
    Andy Clyde - Alec
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    Arthur Rankin - Donald Hearne
  • Glen Cavender
    Glen Cavender - Cransey

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