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Guadalcanal Diary (27-Oct-1943)

Director: Lewis Seiler

Writers: Lamar Trotti; Jerry Cady

Based on a book: Guadalcanal Diary by Richard Tregaskis

Music: David Buttolph

Producer: Brian Foy

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Archer
Actor
8-May-1915 3-Dec-1999 Destination Moon
William Bendix
Actor
14-Jan-1906 14-Dec-1964 The Life of Riley
Ralph Byrd
Actor
22-Apr-1909 18-Aug-1952 Dick Tracy
Richard Conte
Actor
24-Mar-1910 15-Apr-1975 The Blue Gardenia
Preston Foster
Actor
24-Aug-1900 14-Jul-1970 My Friend Flicka
Reed Hadley
Actor
1-Jan-1911 11-Dec-1974 Radio star of Red Ryder
Richard Jaeckel
Actor
10-Oct-1926 14-Jun-1997 Sometimes a Great Notion
Lloyd Nolan
Actor
11-Aug-1902 27-Sep-1985 Dr. Chegley on Julia
Anthony Quinn
Actor
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Lionel Stander
Actor
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Minor Watson
Actor
22-Dec-1889 28-Jul-1965 Guadalcanal Diary

CAST

Preston Foster   ...   Fr. Donnelly
Lloyd Nolan   ...   Sgt. Hook Malone
William Bendix   ...   Cpl. Taxi Potts
Richard Conte   ...   Capt. Davis
Anthony Quinn   ...   Jesus "Soose" Alvarez
Richard Jaeckel   ...   Pvt. Johnny "Chicken" Anderson
And
Roy Roberts   ...   Capt. Cross
Minor Watson   ...   Col. Grayson
Ralph Byrd   ...   Ned Rowman
Lionel Stander   ...   Butch
Reed Hadley   ...   War Correspondent
John Archer   ...   Lt. Thurmond

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