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Berth 24

UK, 1950 (MIFF 1956, Power)

Director: J. B. Holmes

An army of men is needed for the "turn round" of the S.S. Bravo which plies with freight and passengers between Hull and Gothenburg. Each "turn round" is a test of professional skill and a race against time.

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