Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Chant du Marin (Sailor's Song) stars Albert Prejean as a happy-go-luck seafarer who'd rather sing than work -- or be faithful to his wife. Prejean and his sailor pal Jim Gerald decide to cheat on their spouses by frequenting the dives and joints in every town where their ship drops anchor. The boys are certain, however, that their wives would never behave in a similar fashion. Upon returning home, of course, Prejean and Gerald discover that their better halves are just as sexually irresponsible as their hubbies. The American Variety reviewer noted marked similarities between Chant du Marin and the "Marseilles" films of Marcel Pagnol.