Action in the North Atlantic

Action in the North Atlantic

Convoi vers la Russie

Convoi vers la Russie
Titre original Action in the North Atlantic
Réalisation Lloyd Bacon
Acteurs principaux Humphrey Bogart
Musique Adolph Deutsch
Décors Clarence Steensen
Production Jerry Wald
Société de production Warner Bros
Société de distribution Warner Bros
Genre Film de guerre
Durée 2h06
Sortie 1943
Langue(s) originale(s) Anglais
Pays d’origine États-Unis États-Unis

Convoi vers la Russie est un film de guerre américain réalisé par Lloyd Bacon sorti en 1943, avec Humphrey Bogart.



Lors de la deuxième guerre mondiale, dans l'Atlantique Nord, le bateau du capitaine Jarvis est torpillé par un sous marin Allemand. Il parvient, grâce au soutien de son second, le Lt Rossi, à garder le moral de l'équipage et à ramener le bateau dans un port américain. A peine reposés, une nouvelle mission pour escorter un convoi dans l'arctique de Liberty ships transportant du matériel livré dans le cadre du programme Lend-Lease de Halifax à Mourmansk, sur un nouveau bateau leur est confiée. Ils vont devoir déjouer les attaques et les ruses de leurs ennemis tapis sous les eaux...

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