The Navy Way
The Navy Way is a 1944 American film directed by William Berke concentrating on US Navy recruit training with many sequences filmed at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. The film had its premiere at the Genesee Theatre in nearby Waukegan, Illinois.
Five men enlist in the navy: Frankie, who did it after finding his fiancée Agnes in the arms of another man; Malcolm, a millionaire; Billy, who has never left home and whose father died in World War One; rancher Steve, whose son died in battle; and boxer Johnny, who was drafted.
|editor||Howard A. Smith|
|events||World War II|
|keywords||box broken hand court martial draft drown father figure married second chance training exercise world war|
|producer||L.B. Merman William C. Thomas William H. Pine|