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Flight Command (17-Dec-1940)

Director: Frank Borzage

Writers: Wells Root; Cmdr. Harvey Haislip; John Sutherland

Musical Score: Franz Waxman

Producer: J. Walter Ruben

Keywords: Drama, WWII

A young pilot joins the Hell Cats squadron, suffering an immediate mishap which puts him on the wrong foot. Then he seems to have an affair with a woman whom he doesn't realize is his Commander's wife.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marsha Hunt
17-Oct-1917   Johnny Got His Gun
Ruth Hussey
30-Oct-1911 19-Apr-2005 The Philadelphia Story
Paul Kelly
9-Aug-1899 6-Nov-1956 Flying Tigers
Nat Pendleton
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus
Walter Pidgeon
23-Sep-1897 25-Sep-1984 How Green Was My Valley
Dick Purcell
6-Aug-1908 10-Apr-1944 The Bank Dick
Addison Richards
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Red Skelton
18-Jul-1913 17-Sep-1997 The Red Skelton Show
Robert Taylor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis


Robert Taylor   ...   Ens. Alan Drake
Ruth Hussey   ...   Lorna Gary
Walter Pidgeon   ...   Squadron Cmdr. Billy Gary
Paul Kelly   ...   Lt. Cmdr. "Dusty" Rhodes
Shepperd Strudwick   ...   Lt. Jerry Banning
Nat Pendleton   ...   C.P.O. "Spike" Knowles
Red Skelton   ...   Lt. "Mugger" Martin
Dick Purcell   ...   Lt. "Stitchy" Payne
William Tannen   ...   Lt. Freddy Townsend
William Stelling   ...   Lt. Bush
Stanley Smith   ...   Lt. Frost
Addison Richards   ...   Vice Admiral
Donald Douglas   ...   1st Duty Officer
Pat Flaherty   ...   2nd Duty Officer
Forbes Murray   ...   Captain
Marsha Hunt   ...   Claire


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