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Don't Go Near the Water (14-Nov-1957)

Director: Charles Waters

Writers: Dorothy Kingsley; George Wells

From novel: Don't Go Near the Water by William Brinkley

Music by: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Lawrence Weingarten

Keywords: Comedy, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Albertson
Actor
16-Jun-1907 25-Nov-1981 The Man on Chico and the Man
Fred Clark
Actor
19-Mar-1914 5-Dec-1968 A Place in the Sun
Glenn Ford
Actor
1-May-1916 30-Aug-2006 Gilda, Blackboard Jungle
Anne Francis
Actor
16-Sep-1930 2-Jan-2011 Forbidden Planet
Eva Gabor
Actor
11-Feb-1919 4-Jul-1995 Green Acres
Earl Holliman
Actor
11-Sep-1928   The Rainmaker
Gia Scala
Actor
3-Mar-1934 30-Apr-1972 The Guns of Navarone
Mickey Shaughnessy
Actor
5-Aug-1920 23-Jul-1985 Jailhouse Rock
Russ Tamblyn
Actor
30-Dec-1934   Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Mary Wickes
Actor
13-Jun-1910 22-Oct-1995 Sister Act
Keenan Wynn
Actor
27-Jul-1916 14-Oct-1986 Col. Bat Guano in Dr. Strangelove

CAST

Starring
Glenn Ford   ...   Lt. Max Siegel
Gia Scala   ...   Melora
Earl Holliman   ...   Adam Garrett
Anne Francis   ...   Lt. Alice Tomlen
Keenan Wynn   ...   Gordon Ripwell
Fred Clark   ...   Lt. Cmdr. Clinton T. Nash
Eva Gabor   ...   Deborah Aldrich
Russ Tamblyn   ...   Ens. Tyson
Jeff Richards   ...   Lt. Ross Pendleton
with
Mickey Shaughnessy   ...   Farragut Jones
Howard Smith   ...   Adm. Junius Boatwright
Romney Brent   ...   Mr. Alba
Mary Wickes   ...   Janie
Jack Straw   ...   Lt. Cmdr. Gladstone
Robert Nichols   ...   Lt. Cmdr. Hereford
John Alderson   ...   Lt. Cmdr. Diplock
Jack Albertson   ...   Rep. George Jansen
Charles Watts   ...   Rep. Arthur Smithfield

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