Run Silent, Run Deep Movie Review

Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster are on fire in this slow burner about a WWII-era U.S. submarine chasing down Gable's nemesis: a Japanese destroyer. Tame by today's standards, Run Silent, Run Deep paved the way for films like Crimson Tide.

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Run Silent, Run Deep Rating

" Good "

Rating: NR, 1958

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