Cinema: The New Pictures Mar. 5, 1928

A Girl in Every Port.

" Said rollicking Bill, the sailor."

Elizabethan Ballad.

There are two rollicking sailors in this fractious and excellent comedy. One is Spike Madden, an amorous captain; the other is Salami, a tough, common, swab, whose philanderings around the world are vastly annoying to the first. In every port to which Spike Madden ventures, searching love and its accompanying delights, he finds that Salami has already appropriated the most lovely ladies. Enraged, he longs to meet his rival and give him a beating. He does not, however, discover the identity...

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