Over at my place we’ve had a little fun listing the “best” movies involving the U.S. Navy.
My choice of the top 5 are (in no particular order):
- In Harm’s Way
- Mr. Roberts
- Destination Tokyo
- Operation Petticoat
- The Caine Mutiny
Others have offered up the Bridges of Toko-Ri (Steeljaw sayeth: “
Now, I know this is not budget talk or Insurv fun, but for a change of pace – what movies about the U.S. Navy (and thus, not “Das Boot“) make up your list? By the way, there are no votes yet for The Incredible Mr. Limpet . . . or for the alluringly titled The Kingsbury Thrust Bearing.
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