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This Is The Army 1943 Ronald Reagan Irving Berlin DVD, MP4, USB Drive

This Is The Army 1943 Ronald Reagan Irving Berlin DVD, MP4, USB Drive
This Is The Army 1943 Ronald Reagan Irving Berlin DVD, MP4, USB Drive
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The Archetypical World War II Musical Comedy Film Produced By Hal B. Wallis And Warner Brothers Studio Head Jack L. Warner, And Directed By Michael Curtiz, Based On Irving Berlin's Hit Broadway Musical Yip! Yip! Yaphank!, Starring A Classic Ensemble Cast Including George Murphy, Ronald Reagan, Joan Leslie, Alan Hale Sr. And Rosemary DeCamp Plus More Movie Stars Galore, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1943, 2 Hours 1 Minutes.) #ThisIsTheAmry #HalBWallis #JackLWarner #WarnerBrothers #GeorgeMurphy #RonaldReagan #JoanLeslie #AlanHaleSr #RosemaryDeCamp #MusicalComedies #MusicalComedyFilms #AmericanFilmIndustryDuringWWII #EntertainmentIndustryDuringWorldWarII #EntertainmentIndustryDuringWWII #Hollywood #AmericaWorldWarII #AmericaWWII #AmericanHomefrontWWII #AmericanHomefrontWorldWarII #UnitedStatesHomeFrontDuringWorldWarII #USHomeFrontDuringWorldWarII #WorldWarII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #EuropeanCivilWar #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Director:

Michael Curtiz


Writers:

Irving Berlin (Play) (Uncredited), Casey Robinson (Writer), Claude Binyon (Writer)


Cast:

George Murphy ... Jerry Jones

Joan Leslie ... Eileen Dibble

George Tobias ... Maxie Twardofsky

Alan Hale ... Sgt. McGee

Charles Butterworth ... Eddie Dibble

Dolores Costello ... Mrs. Davidson

Una Merkel ... Rose Dibble

Stanley Ridges ... Maj. John B. Davidson

Rosemary DeCamp ... Ethel Jones

Ruth Donnelly ... Mrs. O'Brien

Dorothy Peterson ... Mrs. Nelson

Frances Langford ... Herself

Gertrude Niesen ... World War One Vocalist

Kate Smith ... Herself

Ronald Reagan ... Johnny Jones (as Lt. Ronald Reagan)

Joe Louis ... Himself (as Sgt. Joe Louis)

Alan Anderson ... Assistant Stage Manager Anderson (as 1st Sgt Alan Anderson)

Ezra Stone ... Sergeant Stone (as M/Sgt. Ezra Stone)

Tom D'Andrea ... Tommy (as T/Sgt. Tom D'Andrea)

James Burrell ... Lead Singer - 'I'm Getting Tired' (as S/Sgt. James Burrell)

Ross Elliott ... Officer in Magician Skit (as Sgt. Ross Elliot)

Alan Manson ... Hunting Skit straight man / Jane Cowl (as Sgt. Alan Manson)

John Prinze Mendes ... Magician in Skit (as Sgt. John Prinze Mendes)

Julie Oshins ... Pvt. Twardofsky (as Sgt. Julie Oshins)

Earl Oxford ... Lead Singer - 'I Left My Heart' (as Sgt. Earl Oxford)

Robert Shanley ... Ted Nelson (as Sgt. Robert Shanley)

Philip Truex ... Acting Sergeant of the New Guard (as Sgt. Philip Truex)

James MacColl ... Soldier / Alfred Lunt (as Cpl. James MacColl)

Herbert Anderson ... Danny Davidson (as Cpl. Herbert Anderson)

Ralph Magelssen ... Lead Singer - 'Mandy' (as Cpl. Ralph Magelssen)

Tilestone Perry ... Soldier / Lynn Fontanne (as Cpl. Tileston Perry)

John Cook Jr. ... Soldier (as Pfc. Joe Cook Jr.)

Larry Weeks ... KP Potato Juggler (as Pfc. Larry Weeks)

The Allon Trio ... Themselves


This Is The Army is a 1943 American wartime musical comedy film produced by Hal B. Wallis and Jack L. Warner, and directed by Michael Curtiz, adapted from a wartime stage musical with the same name, designed to boost morale in the U.S. during World War II, directed by Ezra Stone. The screenplay by Casey Robinson and Claude Binyon was based on the 1942 Broadway musical by Irving Berlin, who also composed the film's 19 songs and broke screen protocol by singing one of them. The movie features a large ensemble cast, including George Murphy, Ronald Reagan, Joan Leslie, Alan Hale Sr. and Rosemary DeCamp, while both the stage play and film included soldiers of the U.S. Army who were actors and performers in civilian life. One of the film's highlights is Irving Berlin himself singing his song "Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning", a scene borrowed from Yip! Yip! Yaphank!. The film grossed 9,555,586.44 USD (equal to 142,911,146 USD in 2021), which was donated to Army Emergency Relief.