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Operation Petticoat: World War 2 comedy about a submarine commander who finds himself stuck with a decrepit (and pink) sub, a con-man executive officer and a group of army nurses.

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Ratings: IMDB: 7.3/10 Metascore: N/A RT: 84%
Released: December 05, 1959
Runtime: 124 mins
Genres: Comedy War
Countries: USA
Director: Blake Edwards
Actors: Alan Dexter Alan Scott Arthur O'Connell Bob Gibson Cary Grant Clarence Lung Dale Cummings Dick Callinan Dick Crockett Dick Sargent Dina Merrill Francis De Sales Frankie Darro Gavin MacLeod Gene Evans George Dunn Hal Baylor Harry Harvey Jr James Lanphier Joan O'Brien Joseph Kim Leon Lontoc Madlyn Rhue Malcolm Cassell Marion Ross Nelson Leigh Nicky Blair Nino Tempo Paul Frees Preston Hanson Robert F Hoy Robert F Simon Robert Gist Robert Keys Tony Curtis Vince Deadrick Sr Virginia Gregg William Bryant

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Posted by LeParas 2 years, 11 months ago
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Parts of the movie have been shot onboard the original USN Submarines USS Balao (SS-285) and USS Archerfish (SS-311). Both Archerfish and Balao were very sucessfull submarines during their operations in the PTO. Archerfish under command of Commander Joseph F. Enright, became famous for sinking the IJN Carrier Shinano which was the biggest aircraft carrier built at the time (68059 long tons). IJN Shinano was the biggest aircraft carrier ever built until the commisoning of the USN Forrestal Class Cariers. Archerfish still holds the record for sinking the biggest ship at all times until today.

Posted by spydyrman 3 months ago
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4.5/5 very good movie, highly recommended, for a dated movie (50+ years). Finally a movie my wife and I agree on. Comedy in heaps and bounds, there is some LOL moments in here if you can understand/catch all the jokes. A lot of hollywood military humor here, which only gets better the more you understand of the military structure, similar to MASH. On a side note, there is a lot of intelligence in the acting. Even though it is a comedy, the actors play it straight for laughs as well, things like looking ashamed after getting caught. Cary Grant is an almost master at this type of comedy, and I have a lot of respect for Tony Curtis now as well (looks just like Ray Liotta).

Posted by TraderX 9 months ago
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What an entertaining fun old movie.

Posted by captainbritain 1 year, 10 months ago
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1 of My Fav films ...... next is Its a Wonderful Life .

Posted by raidmar 2 years, 5 months ago
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very, very, very funny. an amazing movie. 10/10

Posted by Kallen61 2 years, 7 months ago
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Just enjoyable!!! 4/5

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