|True to the Navy|
|Directed by||Frank Tuttle|
|Written by||Keene Thompson|
Herman J. Mankiewicz
|Edited by||Doris Drought|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
True to the Navy is a 1930 romantic comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle for Paramount Pictures. The film stars Clara Bow as a counter girl at a San Diego drugstore with a predilection for sailors. Eventually she sets her sights on Bull's Eye McCoy (Fredric March), a stiff-necked gunner's mate.
- Clara Bow as Ruby Nolan
- Fredric March as "Bull's-Eye" McCoy
- Harry Green as Solomon Bimberg
- Sam Hardy as Brady
- Rex Bell as Eddie
- Ray Cooke as Peewee
- Eddie Fetherston as Michael
- Eddie Dunn as Albert
- Adele Windsor as Maizie
- Harry Sweet as Artie
Allmovie wrote, "the spectacle of distinguished actor Frederic March in sailor togs, chewing gum and dispensing sez-you dialogue, is worth the admission price in itself" ; while The New York Times noted, "it is a moderately deserting Summer-weather film, which succeeded in eliciting a good deal of laughter at its showing yesterday."
- "True to the Navy". BFI.
- "True to the Navy (1930) - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, Showtimes and Cast - AllMovie". AllMovie.
- "Movie Review - Ladies of Leisure - THE SCREEN; Will Rogers's New Comedy. A Sweetheart on Every Ship. MISS STANWYCK TRIUMPHS. Gives Fine Screen Performance in "Ladies of Leisure." TRIP OF PINCHOTS IN FILM. "South Seas" at the Cameo Reveals Picturesque Far-Off Scenes. - NYTimes.com".
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