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The Ship That Died of Shame (1955) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Basil Dearden and produced by Basil Dearden and Michael Relph.

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Bill Randall (skipper of 1087: But don't forget I'm in this with you and Birdie.
George Hoskins: Look, let me deal with the sordid details. They're right my street. You're happy with the ship. I'll leave that to you.
Bill Randall (skipper of 1087: Okay, I'm responsible for 1087. Then I'd better know what she's expected to do.
George Hoskins: Oooh! For Pete's sake, is the ship goin' to have a say in the kinds of jobs we take on?
Bill Randall (skipper of 1087: She won't ask any questions certainly.
George Hoskins: Like the ideal woman, aay? She does what you want when you want it. If we knew the way and could set a course for Hell, she'd go!

Bill Randall (skipper of 1087: You'll never get away with this!
George Hoskins: Let's try, shall we?

Bill Randall (skipper of 1087: [referring to a suspicious-looking passenger] I wonder who the devil he is!
George Hoskins: Let's just say 500 quid and leave it at that!

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