The Extraordinary Seaman: Lt. Commander Finchhaven, a ghostly relic from the First World War, he had fallen down dead drunk on his first assignment and been consigned from the great beyond to sail the seas until a further opportunity arises to redeem his actions. During the Second World War, he is encountered by a quartet of American seamen that includes Lt. Morton Krim and cook W.J. Oglethorpe. A deal is completed whereby the men will help re-float Finchhaven's command in return for a passage to Australia. They raid a village to secure batteries for the engine and come upon the feisty Jennifer Winslow who offers them aid in return for a passage with the crew. Eventually they reach the open sea. Finchhaven's ghostly status is revealed and Lt. Krim and Jennifer help him to sink a Japanese cruiser.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||December 11, 1969|
|Actors:||Adolf Hitler Alan Alda Ann Sheridan Barry Kelley Benito Mussolini Charles de Gaulle David Niven Dorothy Lamour Douglas MacArthur Errol Flynn Faye Dunaway Franklin Delano Roosevelt Gregory Peck Hideki Tojo Jack Carter Jerry Fujikawa Joseph Stalin Juano Hernandez Manu Tupou Mickey Rooney Olivia de Havilland Robert Taylor Van Johnson Vivien Leigh Winston Churchill|
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