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The captain of a submarine sunk by the Japanese during WWII is finally given a chance to skipper another sub after a year of working a desk job. His singleminded determination for revenge against the destroyer that sunk his previous vessel puts his new crew in unneccessary danger. A U.S. sub commander, obsessed with sinking a certain Japanese ship, butts heads with his first officer and crew. I saw "The Enemy Below" many years ago and was blown away by it. I thought it was one of the best war films ever made. It stood out because it was the story the commanders of both ships, not just of one, as most every other naval film is. I felt Mitchum and Jurgens were marvelous. Then, a couple of years back I decided to spend Veteran's Day watching war movies and I decided to rent three "submarine" movies that came out almost at the same time, "The Enemy below", (19570, "Run Silent Run Deep", (1958) and "Torpedo Run", (also 1958). To my amazement, I like "The Enemy Below" the least. I found it pretentious and wordy. men of action don't spend much time philosophying about what they do. they rarely say anything they don't have to. they are much more likely to be "internal". The windy verbal essays of "The Enemy Below" seem unrealistic. It's probable that the commanders of opposing vessels felt a kinship on some level but the fact that they were trying to destroy each other would have overwhelmed that. It's true, as one poster says that "you'd never seen a film like this in the 40's". That's because the perspective of the time was that the Germans were enemies. The point of view of this film would not have obtained at the time the action of the film took place. It's outlook is thus revisionist in the worst sense of the word.<br/><br/> "Run Silent, Run Deep" is the real article. the attitudes of the men- tightlipped, grim faced, worried about their survivals, not the enemies'. Nobody wonders what it's like for the other guys. Right or wrong, that's the way men see war. the crackling rivalry between Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster is much more realistic than the "brothers under the skin" relationship between Mitchum and Jurgens. <br/><br/> "Torpedo Run" lacks credibility. Glen Ford sinks a ship he knows his family was on to get at a battleship he wants to sink. Maybe I'm naive but I don't believe he would do that- even if his family wasn't on the ship. And the ending where they escape by swimming to the surface from the bottom of the seas, (I assume they weren't exactly in the Mariannas Trench), seems unlikely, at best. I checked the web for anything about "Momsen Lungs" and found nothing, at least under that spelling. has anyone heard of an actual instance of a submarine crew escaping a sunken sub and swimming to the surface? I haven't. Turner Classic Movies (Bless 'em!) showed this one as part of a Clark Gable marathon very recently. I hadn't seen it when it was first released, nor on any TV broadcasts, nor as a video release. So I watched it, being a Burt Lancaster fan from 'way back.<br/><br/>What a surprise... It's terrific! Gable and Lancaster play off each other, under Robert Wise's very professional tutelage, with all the aplomb of the ultimately professional Hollywood icons that we just don't have anymore. There's a not-at-all-surprisingly great Franz Waxman score to enhance the suspense, slick cinematography and special effects that, on a TV screen, didn't look too faked. (Though I'll never understand why, in all those WWII submarine films, the underwater scenes have to look like they've been done in a tank - nothing very realistic about them.)<br/><br/>The special pleasure for me, though, was appreciating Gable's absolutely convincing performance. He's in command, even when it's yanked out from under him, and I can once again understand why he was such a boxoffice champion. All that, and - MINI SPOILER to follow - HE DIES at the film's conclusion! That would never have happened had this one been made at his old alma mater, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. But, by 1958, audiences were getting a little more attuned to stories that weren't patterned on heroics of a wishful-thinking sort. Part of that means that, given the strict limitations of John Gay's excellent script, there's only one early, brief scene with an actress playing Gable's wife. No love interest. My gosh! I found myself missing some mush, such as Anne Baxter waiting at home for the boys in Twentieth's Technicolor submarine extravaganza, "Crash Dive." Is there no satisfying yours truly?!?
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