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The Proud and Profane (13-Jun-1956)

Director: George Seaton

Writer: George Seaton

From novel: The Magnificent Bastards by Lucy Herndon Crockett

Music Scored by: Victor Young

Producer: William Perlberg

Keywords: Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Claude Akins
Actor
25-May-1926 27-Jan-1994 Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo
Ross Bagdasarian
Musician
27-Jan-1919 16-Jun-1972 Progenitor of Alvin and the Chipmunks
Maynard Ferguson
Jazz Musician
4-May-1928 23-Aug-2006 Jazz bandleader and trumpeter
Frank Gorshin
Actor
5-Apr-1933 17-May-2005 The Riddler in Batman
Peter Hansen
Actor
5-Dec-1921   Lee Baldwin on General Hospital
William Holden
Actor
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
Deborah Kerr
Actor
30-Sep-1921 16-Oct-2007 From Here to Eternity
Dewey Martin
Actor
8-Dec-1923   The Big Sky
Robert Morse
Actor
18-May-1931   How to Succeed in Business
Theodore Newton
Actor
4-Aug-1904 28-Feb-1963 The Working Man
Thelma Ritter
Actor
14-Feb-1905 4-Feb-1969 Stella in Rear Window
Marion Ross
Actor
25-Oct-1928   Mrs. Cunningham on Happy Days

CAST

William Holden   ...   Lt. Col. Colin Black
Deborah Kerr   ...   Lee Ashley
Co-Starring
Thelma Ritter   ...   Kate Connors
Dewey Martin   ...   Eddie Wodcik
with
William Redfield   ...   Chaplain Lt. Holmes
Ross Bagdasarian   ...   Louie
Adam Williams   ...   Eustace Press
Marion Ross   ...   Joan
Theodore Newton   ...   Bob Kilpatrick
Richard Shannon   ...   Major
Peter Hansen   ...   Lt. Hutchins
Notable uncredited roles
Claude Akins   ...   Big Soldier
Frank Gorshin   ...   Harry

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