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|Secret of Deep Harbor|
|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Edward Small (executive)|
Robert E. Kent
|Written by||Owen Harris|
|Based on||novel by Max Miller|
|Music by||Richard LaSalle|
|Edited by||Kenneth G. Crane|
Harvard Film Corporation
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Reporter Skip Hanlon (Ron Foster) is in love with Janey Fowler (Merry Anders), whose father (Barry Kelley) is a sea captain employed by the Mafia. The mob pay the captain to transport gangsters out of the U.S., but when a murder occurs, Skip blows the whistle on the captain. Janey sides with her father, and goes on the run with him to Mexico, with Skip hot on their trail.
- EUGENE ARCHER (October 25, 1961). "CINEMA 16 PLANS PROGRAMMING SHIFT: Film Society to Concentrate on Foreign Moviemakers". New York Times. p. 34.
- "Secret of Deep Harbor". BFI. Archived from the original on July 12, 2012.
- Thompson, Howard. (October 26, 1961). "The Screen: Waterfront Melodrama at Local Theatres". New York Times. p. 39.
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