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Wing and a Prayer (24-Jul-1944)

Director: Henry Hathaway

Writer: Jerome Cady

Music: Hugo W. Friedhofer

Producers: William A. Bacher; Walter Morosco

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Don Ameche
Actor
31-May-1904 6-Dec-1993 Trading Places
Dana Andrews
Actor
1-Jan-1909 17-Dec-1992 The Best Years of Our Lives
Charles Bickford
Actor
1-Jan-1891 9-Nov-1967 The Song of Bernadette
William Eythe
Actor
7-Apr-1918 26-Jan-1957 The House on 92nd Street
Reed Hadley
Actor
1-Jan-1911 11-Dec-1974 Radio star of Red Ryder
Cedric Hardwicke
Actor
19-Feb-1893 6-Aug-1964 Suspicion
Richard Jaeckel
Actor
10-Oct-1926 14-Jun-1997 Sometimes a Great Notion
Glenn Langan
Actor
8-Jul-1917 19-Jan-1991 The Amazing Colossal Man
George Mathews
Actor
10-Oct-1911 7-Nov-1984 Pat and Mike
Harry Morgan
Actor
10-Apr-1915 7-Dec-2011 Col. Sherman T. Potter on M*A*S*H

CAST

Don Ameche   ...   Flight Cmdr. Bingo Harper
Dana Andrews   ...   Lt. Cmdr. Edward Moulton
William Eythe   ...   Oscar Scott
Charles Bickford   ...   Capt. Waddell
Cedric Hardwicke   ...   Admiral
Kevin O'Shea   ...   Ens. "Cookie" Cunningham
Richard Jaeckel   ...   Beezy Bessemer
Harry Morgan   ...   Ens. Malcolm Brainard
Richard Crane   ...   Ens. Gus Chisholm
Glenn Langan   ...   Executive Officer
Renny McEvoy   ...   Ens. Cliff Hale
Robert Bailey   ...   Paducah Holloway
Reed Hadley   ...   Cmdr. O'Donnell
George Mathews   ...   Dooley
B. S. Pully   ...   Flat Top
Dave Willock   ...   Hans Jacobson
Murray Alper   ...   Benny O'Neill

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