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Cast and credits of This Is the Army

This Is the Army
Directed by


Starring
George Murphy

George Murphy

Jerry Jones
Joan Leslie

Joan Leslie

Eileen Dibble
George Tobias

George Tobias

Maxie Twardofsky
Alan Hale

Alan Hale

Sgt. McGee
Charles Butterworth

Charles Butterworth

Eddie Dibble
Dolores Costello

Dolores Costello

Mrs. Davidson
Una Merkel

Una Merkel

Rose Dibble
Stanley Ridges

Stanley Ridges

Maj. John B. Davidson
Rosemary DeCamp

Rosemary DeCamp

Ethel Jones
Ruth Donnelly

Ruth Donnelly

Mrs. O'Brien
Dorothy Peterson

Dorothy Peterson

Mrs. Nelson
Frances Langford

Frances Langford

Frances Langford
Gertrude Niesen

Gertrude Niesen

World War One Vocalist
Kate Smith

Kate Smith

Kate Smith
Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Johnny Jones (as Lt. Ronald Reagan)
Joe Louis

Joe Louis

Joe Louis (as Sgt. Joe Louis)
Alan Anderson

Alan Anderson

Assistant Stage Manager Anderson (as 1st Sgt Alan Anderson)
Ezra Stone

Ezra Stone

M / Sgt. Ezra Stone (as M/Sgt. Ezra Stone)
Tom D

Tom D'Andrea

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

James Burrell

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

Ross Elliott

Officer in Magician Skit (as Sgt. Ross Elliot)
Alan Manson

Alan Manson

Hunting Skit Straight Man / Jane Cowl (as Sgt. Alan Manson)
John Prinze Mendes

John Prinze Mendes

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

Julie Oshins

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

Earl Oxford

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

Robert Shanley

Ted Nelson (as Sgt. Robert Shanley)
Philip Truex

Philip Truex

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

James MacColl

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

Herbert Anderson

Danny Davidson (as Cpl. Herbert Anderson)
Ralph Magelssen

Ralph Magelssen

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

Tilestone Perry

Soldier / Lynn Fontanne (as Cpl. Tileston Perry)
Joe Cook Jr.

Joe Cook Jr.

Soldier (as Pfc. Joe Cook Jr.)
Larry Weeks

Larry Weeks

KP Potato Juggler (as Pfc. Larry Weeks)
The Allon Trio

The Allon Trio

Allon Trio
Murray Alper

Murray Alper

Soldier (uncredited)
Warner Anderson

Warner Anderson

Kate Smith's Announcer (uncredited)
Irving Bacon

Irving Bacon

Waiter (uncredited)
Leah Baird

Leah Baird

Old-Timer's Wife (uncredited)
Louis Bednarcik

Louis Bednarcik

Allon Trio Acrobat (uncredited)
Irving Berlin

Irving Berlin

Irving Berlin (uncredited)
Dick Bernie

Dick Bernie

Hunting Skit Comedian (uncredited)
Carlyle Blackwell Jr.

Carlyle Blackwell Jr.

Soldier (uncredited)
Jackie Brown

Jackie Brown

Mike Nelson (uncredited)
Marion Brown

Marion Brown

Heavyset Dancer - 'Harlem' Number (uncredited)
Angelo Buono

Angelo Buono

Allon Trio Acrobat (uncredited)
Jimmy Butler

Jimmy Butler

Soldier (uncredited)
Frank Coghlan Jr.

Frank Coghlan Jr.

Soldier at Camp (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin

Jimmy Conlin

Stage Doorman (uncredited)
Richard Crane

Richard Crane

Sergeant on Field March (uncredited)
Belmonte Cristiani

Belmonte Cristiani

Soldier (uncredited)
James Cross

James Cross

Lead Singer / Dancer - 'Harlem' Number (uncredited)
John Daheim

John Daheim

Soldier (uncredited)
Dan Dailey

Dan Dailey

Soldier - 'This Is the Army' Number (uncredited)
Gayle DeCamp

Gayle DeCamp

Soldier (uncredited)
Alan Dexter

Alan Dexter

Soldier (uncredited)
John Draper

John Draper

Soldier (uncredited)
Geno Erbisti

Geno Erbisti

Allon Trio Acrobat (uncredited)
Richard Farnsworth

Richard Farnsworth

Soldier (uncredited)
Martin Faust

Martin Faust

Soldier (uncredited)
Sgt. Fisher

Sgt. Fisher

Blake Nelson (uncredited)
Bess Flowers

Bess Flowers

Woman in Audience (uncredited)
Ross Ford

Ross Ford

Soldier (uncredited)
Art Foster

Art Foster

Soldier (uncredited)
Ilka Grüning

Ilka Grüning

Mrs. Twardofsky (uncredited)
Eddie Hall

Eddie Hall

Sailor (uncredited)
Hank Henry

Hank Henry

Plumber - 'Ladies of Chorus' Number / Cigar-Smoker in Canteen (uncredited)
Richard Irving

Richard Irving

Mandy In Yellow Dress (uncredited)
John James

John James

Soldier (uncredited)
Jerry Jarrett

Jerry Jarrett

Soldier (uncredited)
Payne B. Johnson

Payne B. Johnson

Boy (uncredited)
Henry Jones

Henry Jones

Mr. Brown / World War One Bugle Audition Observer (uncredited)
Fred Kelly

Fred Kelly

Mandy's Beau (uncredited)
Bill Kennedy

Bill Kennedy

News Commentator (uncredited)
Gary Merrill

Gary Merrill

Backstage MP on Right (uncredited)
Pinkie Mitchell

Pinkie Mitchell

Comic General in Acrobat Skit (uncredited)
Victor Moore

Victor Moore

Soldier's Father (uncredited)
Patsie Moran

Patsie Moran

Marie Twardofsky (uncredited)
Gene Nelson

Gene Nelson

Soldier (uncredited)
Allen Pomeroy

Allen Pomeroy

Soldier (uncredited)
Richard Reeves

Richard Reeves

Moore's Son's Dance Partner - 'Ladies of Chorus' (uncredited)
Sydney Robin

Sydney Robin

Mr. Jones / Printer - 'Ladies of Chorus' (uncredited)
William Roerick

William Roerick

Mr. Green (uncredited)
Hayden Rorke

Hayden Rorke

Soldier / Stage Manager (uncredited)
Milton Rosenstock

Milton Rosenstock

Pit Orchestra Conductor (uncredited)
Robert Sidney

Robert Sidney

Soldier (uncredited)
Arthur Space

Arthur Space

Soldier (uncredited)
Arthur Steiner

Arthur Steiner

Soldier (uncredited)
Ernest Truex

Ernest Truex

Soldier's Father (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin

Pierre Watkin

Stranger in Audience (uncredited)
Doodles Weaver

Doodles Weaver

Soldier (uncredited)
Bert Whitley

Bert Whitley

Soldier (uncredited)
William Wycoff

William Wycoff

Dancer in Drag - 'Harlem' Number (uncredited)
Jack Young

Jack Young

Franklin D. Roosevelt (uncredited)


Written by
Casey Robinson

Casey Robinson

(screenplay) and
Claude Binyon

Claude Binyon

(screenplay) (as Capt. Claude Binyon)
Irving Berlin

Irving Berlin

play (uncredited)
Julius J. Epstein

Julius J. Epstein

contract writer (uncredited)
Philip G. Epstein

Philip G. Epstein

contract writer (uncredited)