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U-Boat 29 YTS
U-Boat 29 YTS
1939
Action / Thriller / War
12
6.9/10
2.4K
1 hr 17 min

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Plot Summary:
A German submarine is sent to the Orkney Isles in 1917 to sink the British fleet.
Director
Michael Powell
Top Cast
Valerie Hobson as The School Mistress

Skelton Knaggs as German Sailor looking for Capt. Hardt

Sebastian Shaw as Ashington

Conrad Veidt as Captain Hardt


U-Boat 29 1939 720p.BluRay

695.36 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
25.000 fps
1 hr 17 min
Seeds 1.

U-Boat 29 1939 1080p.BluRay

1.24 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
25.000 fps
1 hr 17 min
Seeds 3.

U-Boat 29 review

Reviewed by theowinthrop

10 / 10

A Gallant Enemy Commander in the Great War
If one really wants to get a glimmer of what Conrad Veidt’s career would have been like in American cinema but for the coming of World War II just as he came to Hollywood, look at his British films from 1934 to 1940. In many respects his best work was done then – he had a wider variety of roles, and was not typecast as villains as frequently as he was in the U.S. Among the films that I’d recommend watching is THE SPY IN BLACK.

In World War I, Veidt is the commander of a U.Boat sent to Scottish waters. He is told that there is a British naval officer who is willing to betray the Grand Fleet at Scapa Flow. Veidt is shown interacting with his crew at the beginning, but he goes by life boat to the land, and meets his contact Valerie Hobson. She introduces him to Sebastian Shaw, the naval officer. Shaw seems to be drowning his anger in liquor, but he is prepared to give Veidt a naval document about a sortie by the Grand Fleet on a particular date, which would pass a narrow point the U-Boat would be stationed at. Veidt would then be in a position to sink several of the British dreadnoughts in what would be the worst disaster to strike the fleet since U-Boat Commander Weddigen sank the Hogue, Aboukir, and Cressy in September 1914.

It’s too good to be true. But gradually Veidt realizes it isn’t true. He’s been set up, and Shaw and Hobson are trying to capture him. And the film becomes a chase – with Veidt running amongst the islanders in the Hebrides. But his conflict is that of the gentlemanly type. He will use force, if necessary, to still reach his boat and crew and try to do some damage to his enemy’s ships. But he is not by nature cruel. A telling moment in the film is late in it, when he commandeers a ferry boat. He is armed and he tells the adults that he won’t hesitate to use his gun if necessary. But having said that he hears the crying of a baby that one of the woman on the ferry is carrying, and his voice softens as he says that he certainly will not war against the innocent. Veidt never said anything like that in his Hollywood films – few Nazis (as he himself would have been the first to point out from private knowledge) would have hesitated in hurting an enemy’s child or baby.

The film was the best that Veidt made playing an enemy officer in either world war. It ends tragically, but honorably for the man, as he decides to join his crew for the last time.Read More