Credit to and originally uploaded by Callasfan over at Demonoid.
Good movie. Worth watching.
Keep in mind, it was made in the Middle of WW2.
While I wasn't alive during WW2, it was a pretty nasty "little skirmish" and the Japanese weren't so nice back then.
Destination Tokyo (Cary Grant - John Garfield 1943)
During World War II, Captain Cassidy and his crew of submariners are ordered into Tokyo Bay on a secret mission. They are to gather information in advance of the planned bombing of Tokyo. Along the way, the crew learn about each other as they face the enemy and some of them lose their lives. After getting the information they need,they face the harrowing task of getting free once their presence is discovered.
Cary Grant ... Capt. Cassidy
John Garfield ... Wolf
Alan Hale ... 'Cookie' Wainwright
John Ridgely ... Reserve Officer Raymond
Dane Clark ... Tin Can
Warner Anderson ... Andy, Executive officer
William Prince ... Pills
Robert Hutton ... Tommy Adams ('The Kid')
Tom Tully ... Mike Conners
Faye Emerson ... Mrs. Cassidy
Peter Whitney ... Dakota
Warren Douglas ... Larry, Diving officer
John Forsythe ... Sparks - Sailor
John Alvin ... Soundman
Bill Kennedy ... Torpedo gunnery officer