Starring two awesome actors and a great supporting cast, this movie is a lot of fun. For those who've seen Tony Curtis in Some Like It Hot (with Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon), you may already know that he greatly admired Cary Grant, as his hilarious impression of him in that film shows. In fact, originally Cary Grant was not going to star in this film, but Tony Curtis was reluctant to take second billing to anyone else. Their on-screen camaraderie is fantastic and the way that their friendship develops throughout the film, despite Curtis's characters blatant disregard for navy regulations, is enjoyable. The basic storyline is one of a submarine, with Cary Grant in charge, that is put out of action during WW2 without firing a single missile at the enemy. Grant is determined to get her seaworthy again, and after some makeshift repairs he sets off with his crew to get to a port where proper repairs can be made. However, he has gained an unexpected new crew member in the form of Tony Curtis, an 'ideas' man who has only ever been to sea once, and that was by accident. The self-appointed 'morale' and 'supply' officer uses various dodgy methods to enable the repairs to the sub to take place. And, being a true supply officer, manages to bring aboard some lovely American nurses when the sub puts into a small island temporarily. With the addition of these love interests for the main characters the fun really starts. But I'll leave you to watch it, and enjoy it for yourself.