Why Sailors Leave Home Trailer

Why Sailors Leave Home Trailer (1930)

01 September 1930 Comedy 57 mins

When their ship arrives in an Arabian port, the sailors are given shore leave among them Bill Biggles, who has previously had little success with women. Visiting a sheik who has long been under obligation to him, Bill is welcomed at the palace, and the polygamous ruler, who has abducted a damsel, decides to absent himself and appoint Bill as his deputy. It seems Bill's luck is set to change dramatically until the wives decide to go on strike!

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International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 September 1930

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