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Above and Beyond (21-Nov-1952)

Directors: Melvin Frank; Norman Panama

Writers: Melvin Frank; Beirne Lay, Jr.; Norman Panama

Music by: Hugo Friedhofer

Producers: Melvin Frank; Norman Panama

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWII

The dropping of the first Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Backus
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Pat Conway
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Larry Keating
13-Jun-1896 26-Aug-1963 Roger Addison on Mister Ed
Eleanor Parker
26-Jun-1922 9-Dec-2013 Interrupted Melody
Hayden Rorke
23-Oct-1910 19-Aug-1987 Dr. Bellows on I Dream of Jeannie
Robert Taylor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
James Whitmore
1-Oct-1921 6-Feb-2009 Give 'em Hell, Harry!


Robert Taylor   ...   Col. Paul Tibbets
Eleanor Parker   ...   Lucey Tibbets
James Whitmore   ...   Maj. Uanna
Larry Keating   ...   Maj. Gen. Vernon C. Brent
Larry Gates   ...   Capt. Parsons
Marilyn Erskine   ...   Marge Bratton
Stephen Dunne   ...   Maj. Harry Bratton
Robert Burton   ...   Gen. Samuel E. Roberts
Hayden Rorke   ...   Dr. Ramsey
Larry Dobkin   ...   Dr. Van Dyke
Jack Raine   ...   Dr. Fiske
Jonathan Cott   ...   Dutch Van Kirk
Jeff Richards   ...   Thomas Ferebee
Dick Simmons   ...   Bob Lewis
John McKee   ...   Wyatt Duzenbury
Patrick Conway   ...   Radio Operator
Christie Olsen   ...   Paul Tibbets, Jr.
William Lester   ...   Driver
Barbara Ruick   ...   Mary Malone
Jim Backus   ...   Gen. Curtis E. LeMay


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