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During World War II, the British must attack a German ship, but it's safe in neutral Goa. As a result, they send civilians: former soldiers who are about sixty years old.
Based on a true story from the Second World War, British intelligence determines that one of three German merchant ships anchored in a harbor of the Portuguese colony of Goa is transmitting information on Allied shipping to U-boats, which in turn are sinking tons of valuable materiel. Because Portugal is a neutral nation, British forces cannot attack the ship openly, so the task of destroying it falls to the Calcutta Light Horse regiment. Trevor Howard, Roger Moore, David Niven, and Gregory Peck star as military officers brought out of retirement to execute the attack on the Ehrenfels.
The Sea Wolves is one of those "old guys still got it!" movies, so if you prefer your action heroes to be young and fit, you might not like this. Me, I usually prefer men with a little mileage on them, and I'll watch anything with David Niven—at any age—so I was very excited to watch as he, Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, and Trevor Howard took on the Germans in this true WW2 story.<br/><br/>Unfortunately for me, Niven had the second smallest part of the four, but any Niven is better than nothing! Gregory Peck might not have the best British accent in the world, but I don't really think anyone minds, as long as he's full of integrity and leads his troops to do the right and noble thing. And even though I would have preferred Niven to play the romantic lead, Roger Moore was very charming in his pursuit of Barbara Kellerman.<br/><br/>All in all, there are some funny moments, cute music, and a pretty good and safe story. I mean, with Gregory Peck in charge, what could go wrong, right?
A ponderous, but stately homage to the British Empire and the actual superlative function of British Intelligence. It is beautifully photographed, and in no hurry, which is somewhat refreshing in the light of modern, hyperactive drama. The film features solid acting by some great names supported by a prime polo stable of British character actors. The film makes a conscious effort to keep close to the historical record, which would be the reason for some of its more unlikely episodes. Only the writers of fiction need restrict themselves to the probable.<br/><br/>David Niven is worthy of himself, as is Gregory Peck, with an underplayed British accent. Roger Moore has a great deal of fun being a spy who is NOT James Bond, and is clearly enjoying the role. His feminine antagonist is portrayed as lethal and skilled, and Trevor Howard does himself credit in advanced old age.<br/><br/>The film's accurate sets and equipment are the results of many of the actual parties involved assisting in the film, which was made two years after the actual records of the Raid on Goa were finally made public by the British government.