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Morning Departure (1950) was a Drama - War Film directed by Roy Ward Baker and produced by Jay Lewis.

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According to the opening credits, Richard Attenborough appeared by arrangement with the Boulting Brothers.
Armstrong's quote, 'And all I ask is a tall ship/ And a star to steer her by" is from the poem, "Sea-Fever", by John Masefield.
The opening credits state as a disclaimer: "This film does not portray the latest Admiralty developments in submarine escape and salvage." Similary, this message is reiterated during the film's closing credits by saying "this film . . . does not portray the latest developments in submarine escape and salvage."
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