"Remarkably heroic and suspenseful action. The Warners really sweat you out with this one." - Bosley Crowther, The New York TimesWhat the World War II-era film Air Force is to the skies, Destination Tokyo is to the seas. In the only military-action film he made during the was, Cary Grant plays Captain Cassidy of the U.S. submarine Copperfin, skippering his torpedo-laden thunderfish with courage and resourcefulness as it makes its battle-strewn way from San Francisco to the Aleutians and into the enemy's front yard. Under the trim, taut direction of Delmar Daves (his directorial debut), John Garfield leads a stellar array of costars as boys-next-door gone to war. "One of the most rousing, action-filled WWII films ever produced with a powerful castand terrific story, Destination Tokyo remains a classic war drama to this day" (The Motion Picture Guide).