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Screaming Eagles (27-May-1956)

Director: Charles Haas

Writers: David Lang; Robert Presnell, Jr.; Virginia Kellogg

Music Composed and Conducted by: Harry Sukman

Producers: Samuel Bischoff; David Diamond

Keywords: Drama, WWII

Several hours before D-Day, members of the 101st Airborne Division parachute into Nazi occupied France in order to secure key bridges and prevent the Germans from destroying them during their retreat.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Blake
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Baretta
Paul Burke
Actor
21-Jul-1926 13-Sep-2009 Det. Adam Flint on Naked City
Pat Conway
Actor
9-Jan-1931 24-Apr-1981 Tombstone Territory
Martin Milner
Actor
28-Dec-1931   LAPD officer Pete Malloy on Adam-12
Alvy Moore
Actor
5-Dec-1921 4-May-1997 Hank Kimball on Green Acres
Edward G. Robinson, Jr.
Relative
19-Mar-1933 26-Feb-1974 Edward G. Robinson's troubled son
Tom Tryon
Novelist
14-Jan-1926 4-Sep-1991 The Other

CAST

Starring
Tom Tryon   ...   Pvt. Mason
Jan Merlin   ...   Lt. Pauling
Alvy Moore   ...   Pvt. Grimes
Martin Milner   ...   Pvt. Corliss
Joe di Reda   ...   Pvt. Dubrowski
Mark Damon   ...   Pvt. Lambert
Paul Burke   ...   Cpl. Dreef
Pat Conway   ...   Sgt. Forrest
With
Edward G. Robinson, Jr.   ...   Pvt. Smith
Robert Blake   ...   Pvt. Hernandez
Robert Boon   ...   Hans Schacht
Bob Dix   ...   Pvt. Peterson
Werner Klinger   ...   Supporting Cast
Peter Michaels   ...   Gustav Bormann
Bob Roark   ...   Pvt. Torren
Wayne Taylor   ...   Pvt. Nolan
Paul Smith   ...   Pvt. Foley
Ralph Votrian   ...   Pvt. Talbot
and Introducing
Jacqueline Beer   ...   Marianne

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