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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Hurricane Smith (1952) DVD-R

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Quick Overview

Starring James Craig, Yvonne De Carlo, John Ireland, Forrest Tucker, Lyle

Bettger, Richard Arlen

Directed by Jerry Hopper



Print: color

Runtime: 90 min.

Genre: adventure

Print Quality: B



Surprisingly, the Paramount Technicolor actioner Hurricane Smith was not

produced by the studio's Pine-Thomas unit (it sure sounds like one of

their efforts), but instead by "outsider" Nat Holt. John Ireland plays the

title character, a 19th-century mercenary stranded in the South Seas with

his pals McGuire (Forrest Tucker) and Brundage (Richard Arlen). When

slavetraders come calling, Smith and his confreres steal the traders' ship

and head for Australia, in hopes of searching for buried treasure. To raise

some quick money, the trio agrees to rent "their" vessel to scientist

Gorvahlsen (James Craig), who brings Dr. Whitmore (Murray Matheson)

and the doctor's half-Polynesian daughter Luana (Yvonne DeCarlo) along

on a scientific expedition. It gradually dawns on Smith that Gorvahlsen

and Whitmore are actually fortune hunters, hoping to claim the treasure

for themselves. But which side is the lovely Luana on during the film's

unending series of crosses, double-crosses and triple-crosses?

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Starring James Craig, Yvonne De Carlo, John Ireland, Forrest Tucker, Lyle
Bettger, Richard Arlen
Directed by Jerry Hopper

Print: color
Runtime: 90 min.
Genre: adventure
Print Quality: B

Surprisingly, the Paramount Technicolor actioner Hurricane Smith was not
produced by the studio's Pine-Thomas unit (it sure sounds like one of
their efforts), but instead by "outsider" Nat Holt. John Ireland plays the
title character, a 19th-century mercenary stranded in the South Seas with
his pals McGuire (Forrest Tucker) and Brundage (Richard Arlen). When
slavetraders come calling, Smith and his confreres steal the traders' ship
and head for Australia, in hopes of searching for buried treasure. To raise
some quick money, the trio agrees to rent "their" vessel to scientist
Gorvahlsen (James Craig), who brings Dr. Whitmore (Murray Matheson)
and the doctor's half-Polynesian daughter Luana (Yvonne DeCarlo) along
on a scientific expedition. It gradually dawns on Smith that Gorvahlsen
and Whitmore are actually fortune hunters, hoping to claim the treasure
for themselves. But which side is the lovely Luana on during the film's
unending series of crosses, double-crosses and triple-crosses?

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