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Destination Tokyo (31-Dec-1943)

Director: Delmer Daves

Writers: Delmer Daves; Albert Maltz

Based on a book: Destination Tokyo by Steve Fisher

Music by: Franz Waxman

Producer: Jerry Wald

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Submarine, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Alvin
Actor
24-Oct-1917 27-Feb-2009 The Fighting Sullivans
Warner Anderson
Actor
10-Mar-1911 26-Aug-1976 Matthew Swain on Peyton Place
Dane Clark
Actor
26-Feb-1912 11-Sep-1998 Moonrise
Faye Emerson
Actor
8-Jul-1917 9-Mar-1983 Namesake of the Emmy award
John Forsythe
Actor
29-Jan-1918 1-Apr-2010 Blake Carrington on Dynasty
John Garfield
Actor
4-Mar-1913 21-May-1952 Gentleman's Agreement
Cary Grant
Actor
18-Jan-1904 29-Nov-1986 North by Northwest
Alan Hale, Sr.
Actor
10-Feb-1892 22-Jan-1950 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Robert Hutton
Actor
11-Jun-1920 7-Aug-1994 Hollywood Canteen
Tom Tully
Actor
21-Aug-1908 27-Apr-1982 Insp. Matt Grebb on The Lineup

CAST

Cary Grant   ...   Capt. Cassidy
John Garfield   ...   Wolf
with
Alan Hale, Sr.   ...   Cookie
John Ridgely   ...   Reserve Officer Raymond
Dane Clark   ...   Tin Can
Warner Anderson   ...   Executive Officer
William Prince   ...   Pills
Robert Hutton   ...   Tommy Adams
Tom Tully   ...   Mike
and
Faye Emerson   ...   Mrs. Cassidy
Peter Whitney   ...   Dakota
Warren Douglas   ...   Diving Officer
John Forsythe   ...   Sparks
John Alvin   ...   Sound Man
Bill Kennedy   ...   Gunnery Officer

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