Moby Dick (1956) was a Adventure - Drama Film directed by John Huston and produced by John Huston and Jack Clayton.
Warner Archive: John Barrymore in a Pre-code Version of Moby Dick (1930)By KC on Sep 27, 2016 From Classic Movies
"Call me Ishamael." Herman Melville's opening line to Moby Dick is one of the most famous first sentences in English literature, and yet, when a large volume of the book is opened to the first page in the credits of this pre-code take on the novel, there is no Ishamael in sight. The man himself neve... Read full article
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Ishmael: [voiceover] Call me Ishmael.
Captain Ahab: Captain Gardner, I seek the white whale, your own son's murderer. I am losing time... Goodbye, and fare thee well, I say. God help you, Captain Gardiner.
Captain Gardiner: God forgive you, Captain Ahab.
Ishmael: [in voice-over narration] He did not feel the wind, or smell the salt air. He only stood, staring at the horizon, with the marks of some inner crucifixion and woe deep in his face.
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John Huston also dubbed the voice of the lookout who plunges into the sea.
The character of Peter Coffin, the innkeeper, played by Joseph Tomelty, was dubbed by director John Huston.
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