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A Guy Named Joe (23-Dec-1943)

Director: Victor Fleming

Writers: David Boehm; Frederick Hazlitt Brennan; Chandler Sprague; Dalton Trumbo

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Everett Riskin

Keywords: Romantic Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lionel Barrymore
Actor
28-Apr-1878 15-Nov-1954 Young Dr. Kildare
Ward Bond
Actor
9-Apr-1903 5-Nov-1960 Wagon Train
Don DeFore
Actor
25-Aug-1913 22-Dec-1993 Mr. B. on Hazel
Irene Dunne
Actor
20-Dec-1898 4-Sep-1990 Penny Serenade
James Gleason
Actor
23-May-1882 12-Apr-1959 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Van Johnson
Actor
25-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2008 The Caine Mutiny
Barry Nelson
Actor
16-Apr-1920 7-Apr-2007 Yank on the Burma Road
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Addison Richards
Actor
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Spencer Tracy
Actor
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars
Esther Williams
Actor
8-Aug-1921 6-Jun-2013 Aquatic thespian of the '40s and '50s

CAST

Spencer Tracy   ...   Pete Sandidge
Irene Dunne   ...   Dorinda Durston
with
Van Johnson   ...   Ted Randall
Ward Bond   ...   Al Yackey
James Gleason   ...   Nails Kilpatrick
Lionel Barrymore   ...   The General
Barry Nelson   ...   Rumney
Esther Williams   ...   Ellen Bright
Henry O'Neill   ...   Col. Sykes
Don DeFore   ...   James J. Rourke
Charles Smith   ...   Sanderson
Addison Richards   ...   Maj. Corbett

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