Don't Give Up the Ship (1959) (Blu-ray)
Directed by Norman Taurog
Newly Mastered in HD from a 4K scan! Comedy legend Jerry Lewis (The Nutty Professor) stars as a newlywed naval officer whisked away from his honeymoon by a senate investigating committee who would like to know what happened to WWII battleship had commanded – the crew arrived home safely, but the battleship has completely disappeared. They don’t know that he suffers from a mental block concerning the mission, so they assign a beautiful psychiatrist (Dina Merrill, Butterfield 8) to probe his subconscious. Oscar® winner*, Norman Taurog (Visit to a Small Planet) directed this hilarious comedy based on a true incident, Don’t Give Up the Ship is now considered to be one of Jerry Lewis’ best films.
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