A Girl in Every Port
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A Girl in Every Port
The rampant male chauvinism in A Girl in Every Port might be hard for contemporary audiences to stomach, but fans of director Howard Hawks will be delighted. Victor McLaglen and Robert Armstrong play Spike and Salami, two sailors who become close pals but only after dukeing it out over a dame. Together, Spike and Salami travel all of the world in search of women and adventure and women. Their friendship is sorely tested when Spike decides to settle down to marry French fortune hunter Marie (Louise Brooks), but eventually Salami convinces his pal that this "skirt" just ain't worth… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Hawks was a master of time, with slow builds that leap dizzyingly ahead in the flash of a glance; the unstable pace keeps the action balanced on the sharp edge of tragedy and comedy-and, in the years to come, he'd use this setup for both."
‑ Richard Brody, New Yorker
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