China Seas
China Seas (1935)

China Seas proved that the recently imposed Hollywood production code had little if any effect on the popularity of MGM sex symbols Clark Gable and Jean Harlow. Gable plays the captain of a tramp steamer chugging between Singapore and Hong… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 16, 1935
DVD Release Date: June 20, 2006
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Emanuel Levy

A typical MGM star vehicle of the Depression era, benefiting from strong chemistry between Gable and Harlow.

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Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
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There's so much going on that it's easy to be distracted into feeling like you've seen something.

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Dennis Schwartz
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Highly entertaining because of the marvelous cast.

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Kevin M. Williams
One of Hollywood's "exotic" features, with Gable as a tough sea captain with a past and Harlow as the goodtime woman who loves him. Rosalind… More
Patrick Dolan
If you like the Hollywood tinsel town era flicks this one is good. I'm not fully into those movies though. But it was a good movie.
Veronique Kwak
"china seas" is directed by tay garnett who also helms the classic noir "the postman always rings twice" has every gable/harlow… More
monty hawes
Clark Gable and Jean Harlow team up again after the success of Red Dust and make China Seas better than it ought to be. Gable is ship captain Alan Gaskell who… More