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Bataan (3-Jun-1943)

Director: Tay Garnett

Writer: Robert Hardy Andrews (as "Robert D. Andrews")

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Irving Starr

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Desi Arnaz
Actor
2-Mar-1917 2-Dec-1986 Ricky Ricardo on I Love Lucy
Lee Bowman
Actor
28-Dec-1914 25-Dec-1979 Smash-Up
Tom Dugan
Actor
1-Jan-1889 7-Mar-1955 To Be or Not to Be
Thomas Mitchell
Actor
11-Jul-1892 17-Dec-1962 Gerald O'Hara in Gone with the Wind
George Murphy
Actor
4-Jul-1902 3-May-1992 Actor and US Senator from California
Barry Nelson
Actor
16-Apr-1920 7-Apr-2007 Yank on the Burma Road
Lloyd Nolan
Actor
11-Aug-1902 27-Sep-1985 Dr. Chegley on Julia
Robert Taylor
Actor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
Robert Walker
Actor
13-Oct-1918 28-Aug-1951 Strangers on a Train

CAST

Starring
Robert Taylor   ...   Sgt. Bill Dane
With
George Murphy   ...   Lt. Steve Bentley
Thomas Mitchell   ...   Cpl. Jake Feingold
Lloyd Nolan   ...   Cpl. Barney Todd
Lee Bowman   ...   Capt. Henry Lassiter
Robert Walker   ...   Leonard Purckett
Desi Arnaz   ...   Felix Ramirez
Barry Nelson   ...   F. X. Matowski
Phillip Terry   ...   Matthew Hardy
Roque Espiritu   ...   Cpl. Juan Katigbak
Kenneth Spencer   ...   Wesley Eeps
J. Alex Havier   ...   Yankee Salazar
Tom Dugan   ...   Sam Malloy
Donald Curtis   ...   Lieutenant

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