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A Walk in the Sun (3-Dec-1945)

Director: Lewis Milestone

Writer: Robert Rossen

From novel by: Harry Brown

Musical Score by: Fredric Efrem Rich

Producer: Lewis Milestone

Keywords: Drama, WWII, Italian Campaign

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dana Andrews
Actor
1-Jan-1909 17-Dec-1992 The Best Years of Our Lives
Lloyd Bridges
Actor
15-Jan-1913 10-Mar-1998 Airplane!
Steve Brodie
Actor
21-Nov-1919 9-Jan-1992 The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
Richard Conte
Actor
24-Mar-1910 15-Apr-1975 The Blue Gardenia
Huntz Hall
Actor
15-Aug-1919 30-Jan-1999 Dead End Kids
Sterling Holloway
Actor
4-Jan-1905 22-Nov-1992 Voice of Winnie the Pooh
John Ireland
Actor
30-Jan-1914 21-Mar-1992 All the King's Men
Norman Lloyd
Actor
8-Nov-1914   Dr. Auschlander on St. Elsewhere
Herbert Rudley
Actor
22-Mar-1910 9-Sep-2006 Herb Hubbard on The Mothers-in-Law

CAST

starring
Dana Andrews   ...   Sgt. Bill Tyne
with
Richard Conte   ...   Pvt. Rivera
George Tyne   ...   Pvt. Friedman
John Ireland   ...   Pvt. Windy Craven
Lloyd Bridges   ...   Sgt. Ward
Sterling Holloway   ...   McWilliams
Norman Lloyd   ...   Pvt. Archimbeau
Herbert Rudley   ...   Sgt. Eddie Porter
Richard Benedict   ...   Pvt. Tranella
Huntz Hall   ...   Pvt. Carraway
James Cardwell   ...   Sgt. Hoskins
George Offerman, Jr.   ...   Pvt. Tinker
Steve Brodie   ...   Pvt. Judson
Matt Willis   ...   Sgt. Pete Halverson
Chris Drake   ...   Rankin
Alvin Hammer   ...   Johnson
Victor Cutler   ...   Cousins
Jay Norris   ...   James
John Kellogg   ...   Riddle

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