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  1. Commodore Fitzhugh, an old retired naval officer, lives at the Annapolis Naval Academy and, unhappy with the "modern" navy, likes to talk about his days in the "old" navy, especially about his part in the Battle of Manila Bay under Adm. Dewey during the Spanish-American War, when... Read all.

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    • Drama
    • Alexander Hall
    • 1935-08-23
  2. Annapolis Farewell is a 1935 American drama film directed by Alexander Hall and written by Frank Craven and Jack Wagner. The film stars Guy Standing, Rosalind Keith, Tom Brown, Richard Cromwell, John Howard and Benny Baker. The film was released on August 23, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.

  3. (Annapolis Farewell) Sinopse O comodoro Fitzhugh, um antigo oficial da marinha aposentado, mora na Academia Naval de Annapolis e, descontente com a marinha "moderna", gosta de falar sobre seus dias na "velha" marinha, especialmente sobre sua participação na Batalha de Manila Bay sob Adm Dewey durante a Guerra Hispano-Americana, quando ...

  4. Comentários. Notícias. 75 minutos. O comodoro Fitzhugh, um antigo oficial da Marinha aposentado, vive na Academia Naval de Annapolis e, descontente com a marinha "moderna", …. Mais. Estreia Mundial: 23 de Agosto de 1935. Outras datas.

    • Alexander Hall (I)
    • Ben Alexander
  5. Um novo aluno é desafiado numa academia militar de elite.

  6. Título: Annapolis Farewell . Ano: 1935. País: United States. Duração: 75 min. DIRETOR: Alexander Hall. ROTEIRISTA: Frank Craven, Grover Jones, Dale Van Every, Jack Wagner, Gilbert Pratt, Arnold Belgard, Bobby Vernon. MÚSICA: John Leipold, Sam Coslow. FOTOGRAFIA: Ted Tetzlaff, Doane Harrison. PRODUTOR: Paramount Pictures, MCA/Universal Pictures

  7. Commodore Fitzhugh, an old retired naval officer, lives at the Annapolis Naval Academy and, unhappy with the "modern" navy, likes to talk about his days in the "old" navy, especially about his part in the Battle of Manila Bay under Adm. Dewey during the Spanish-American War, when he commanded the USS Congress.