|Title||:||lux radio theater (416) the navy comes through|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. November 29, 1943. "The Navy Comes Through". Sponsored by: Lux, Vimms. A good naval action drama of submarine warfare in the Atlantic. Pat O'Brien is surprisingly low-key, with a bland no-emotion performance. The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre previously on May 3, 1943 (see cat. #47003). + “The life line of the United Nations is a string of fighting ships that carry the weapons of war across the brilliant blue of the Pacific and through the murky paths of the North Atlantic, the ships of the Merchant Marine. A torpedo strikes and a gallant vessel may go down but the submarine that murdered her may die too because the Merchant Marine has fangs of its own. And tonight’s play, The Navy Comes Through is the story of the deadly stingers on those merchant ships, The Navy gun crews who strike back at the wolf packs of the seas.” The Navy Comes Through is the story of the deadly stingers on merchant ships, the Navy gun crews who strike back at the wolf packs of the sea. Pat O’Brien and George Murphy reprise their original 1942 RKO movie roles.|
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