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Commander Edward Ellsberg (Book, "Hell Below"); Laird Doyle, Raymond L. Schrock (Adaption); John Lee Mahin, John Meehan (Dialogue)
Robert Montgomery ... Lt. Thomas Knowlton USN
Walter Huston ... Lt. Cmdr. T.J. Toler USN
Madge Evans ... Joan Standish
Jimmy Durante ... Ptomaine - Ship's Cook
Eugene Pallette ... Mac Dougal - Chief Torpedo Man
Robert Young ... Lieut. (JG) 'Brick' Walters
Edwin Styles ... Herbert Standish - Flight Comdr.
John Lee Mahin ... Lieut. (JG) 'Speed' Nelson
David Newell ... Lieut. (JG) Radford
Sterling Holloway ... Seaman Jenks
Charles Irwin ... Buck Teeth British Sergeant
Hell Below, also known as Pigboats, is a 1933 American MGM pre-Code film set in the Adriatic Sea during World War I about submarine warfare based on Commander Edward Ellsberg's novel Pigboats. The film stars Robert Montgomery, Walter Huston, Robert Young, Madge Evans and Jimmy Durante. On January 5, 1933, just after production on the film began, the entertainment trade paper The Hollywood Reporter announced that Madge Evans had "started work on it yesterday" and that MGM had changed the picture's intended release name, Pigboats, to the more sensational title Hell Below. The USS S-31 played the fictional U.S. submarine AL-14. MGM purchased the USS Moody (DD-277), a World War I-era destroyer destined for scrapping due to the London Naval Treaty limits on navy strength, for US$35,000. The firm of Merritt-Chapman & Scott was hired to sink the ship to simulate the torpedoing of a German destroyer. Principal location photography took place in Honolulu and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.