Strange Voyage

Strange Voyage is a 1946 American film directed by Irving Allen.[1]

Strange Voyage
Directed byIrving Allen
Produced byLouis B. Appleton Jr.
Written byEdward Anhalt and Edna Anhalt as "Andrew Holt"
CinematographyJack Greenhalgh
Signal Pictures
Distributed byMonogram Pictures
Release date
Running time
67 mins
CountryUnited States


A man goes looking for treasure.[2]


  • Eddie Albert as Chris Thompson
  • Forrest Taylor as Skipper
  • Ray Teal as Captain Andrews
  • Matt Willis as Hammer
  • Martin Garralaga as Manuel
  • Elena Verdugo as Carmelita Lopez
  • Bobby Cooper as Jimmy Trask
  • Clyde Fillmore as Sportsman
  • Daniel Kerry as Ben
  • Henry Orosco as Father
  • Junior, the monkey


It was the first produced script by Edward and Edna Anhalt who had been writing and selling stories to movies as "Andrew Holt".[3]


  1. Hedda Hopper: LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD Los Angeles Times 13 June 1946: A2.
  2. Strange Voyage Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 14, Iss. 157, (Jan 1, 1947): 67.
  3. Workhorse in Hollywood Stables Scheuer, Philip K. Los Angeles Times 26 Dec 1965: b4.
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