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Seven Were Saved (March 28, 1947)

Richard Denning in Seven Were Saved
 

Released on March 28, 1947: (running time 1 hour and 12 minutes) A plane carrying a war prisoner, his guards, a married couple, an amnesiac, and others, crashes into the sea, and eight surviviors try to escape death on the wild sea.

Produced by William H. Pine and William C. Thomas

Directed by William H. Pine

The Actors: Richard Denning (Captain Allen Danton), Catherine Craig (Susan Briscoe), Russell Hayden (Captain Jim Willis), Ann Doran (Alice, Mrs. Rollin Hartley), Byron Barr (Lieutenant Martin Pinkert), Richard Loo (Colonel Yamura), Don Castle (Lieutenant Pete Sturdevant), George Tyne (Sergeant Blair), Keith Richards (Smith / Philip Thompson), John Eldredge (Rollin Hartley)

 

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The Lady in the Life Boat and the Man with No Memory

In 1955, during the filming of “Rebel Without a Cause,” actor James Dean developed a close relationship with one of the female actors, and no, it wasn’t a romantic relationship. The actress playing the part of his mother was Ann Doran, and off the set he sought her motherly advice and friendship.

Silent actress Carrie Doran, acting with the name Rose Allan, got her daughter Ann into a silent move just weeks after she could walk. Many of Ann’s appearances in early motion pictures were not recorded and the total number of her films and TV shows is only a guess, but it is agreed that she appeared in more than five hundred movies, and more than a thousand television shows. Her only starring role was in a 1938 Western with Charles Starrett, always enjoying the smaller character parts just fine. With more appearances before a camera than virtually every actor before or since, you are probably not familiar with either her name or her face.

In this survival adventure, she is the wife of a character played by John Eldredge. World War Two is over, we are in the Pacific somewhere, and a military airplane will take her, her husband, and several other passengers to Manila, Philippines, and then to the States. In mid-flight, the airplane is violently hi-jacked and forced to fly off-course. After a crash landing in the ocean, eight people are stranded in a lifeboat in the middle of the ocean, so far off course that they will probably never be found.

Mrs. Hartley, played by Ann Doran, is sitting in the lifeboat, with her beloved husband on her left. On her right is a delirious man who has been freed from a war prison camp, and he cannot remember who he is. Unfortunately, Mrs. Hartley knows who he is, and the secret of the man with no memory will lead to the title of this movie. Yes, there are eight people aboard the raft in the middle of the ocean, and our adventure is titled, “Seven Were Saved.” Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ann Doran
Ann Doran
Ann Doran, John Eldredge, George Tyne
Ann Doran, John Eldredge, George Tyne
Ann Doran, John Eldredge
Ann Doran, John Eldredge
Ann Doran, Keith Richards
Ann Doran, Keith Richards
Ann Doran
Ann Doran
Bill Kennedy
Bill Kennedy
Bill Kennedy, Russell Hayden
Bill Kennedy, Russell Hayden
Byron Barr
Byron Barr
Byron Barr, George Tyne
Byron Barr, George Tyne
Byron Barr, Richard Denning
Byron Barr, Richard Denning
Byron Barr, Richard Loo, George Tyne
Byron Barr, Richard Loo, George Tyne
Byron Barr
Byron Barr
Catherine Craig
Catherine Craig
Catherine Craig, Richard Denning
Catherine Craig, Richard Denning
Catherine Craig
Catherine Craig
Don Castle
Don Castle
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden
Don Castle, Russell Hayden
Don Castle, Russell Hayden
John Eldredge
John Eldredge
John Eldredge, Ann Doran
John Eldredge, Ann Doran
Keith Richards
Keith Richards
Keith Richards
Keith Richards
Richard Denning
Richard Denning
Richard Denning, Catherine Craig
Richard Denning, Catherine Craig
Richard Denning, Catherine Craig
Richard Denning, Catherine Craig
Richard Loo
Richard Loo
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden
Russell Hayden, Catherine Craig
Russell Hayden, Catherine Craig
Russell Hayden, Don Castle
Russell Hayden, Don Castle