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The Hate Ship (1929)

The son of a murdered Russian count invites the suspects on a revenge cruise.


Norman Walker


Bruce Graeme (novel), Monckton Hoffe (dialogue) | 2 more credits »


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Cast overview:
Jameson Thomas ... Vernon Wolfe
Jean Colin ... Sylvia Paget
Jack Raine ... Roger Peel
Henry Victor ... Count Boris Ivanoff
Randle Ayrton Randle Ayrton ... Captain MacDonnell
Edna Davies Edna Davies ... Lisette - Maid
Carl Harbord Carl Harbord ... Arthur Wardell
Allan Jeayes Allan Jeayes ... Dr. Saunders
Maria Minetti Maria Minetti ... Countess Olga Karova
Charles Dormer Charles Dormer ... Nigel Menzies
Ivo Dawson Ivo Dawson ... Col. Paget
Syd Crossley Syd Crossley ... Rigby - Valet
Charles Emerald Charles Emerald ... Bullock


The son of a murdered Russian count invites the suspects on a revenge cruise.

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Release Date:

14 November 1930 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dödsskeppet See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.20 : 1
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British Thriller
6 March 2010 | by nova-63See all my reviews

Jameson Thomas is excellent as the villainous Vernon Wolfe. Wolfe plots a clever murder to get his hands on the murdered man's vast estate, including a stupendous yacht. Fast forward to the future and Wolfe is a financial adviser. He handles the assets of a wealthy young man, who has become suspicious of Wolfe's business practises. In fact the man is sure Wolfe is stealing from his account.

Wolfe invites the young man to his yacht for a weekend of fun, but the man is cautious and has a friend (Jack Raine) accompany him, masquerading as his valet. Soon it is revealed that Wolfe intends to murder the young man to gain full control of his estate. But Raine is on hand to thwart any attacks. Also Wolfe has his own problems as he has made many enemies in his life and one of them has boarded the yacht with the intention of murdering him.

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