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Cast and credits of This Is the Army

Directed by

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)
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)
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)
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)
Herbert Anderson Herbert Anderson
Danny Davidson (as Cpl. Herbert Anderson)
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)
Irving Berlin Irving Berlin
Irving Berlin (uncredited)
Dick Bernie Dick Bernie
Hunting Skit Comedian (uncredited)
Carlyle Blackwell Jr. Carlyle Blackwell Jr.
Soldier (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)
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)
Alan Dexter Alan Dexter
Soldier (uncredited)
Richard Farnsworth Richard Farnsworth
Soldier (uncredited)
Martin Faust Martin Faust
Soldier (uncredited)
Bess Flowers Bess Flowers
Woman in Audience (uncredited)
Ross Ford Ross Ford
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)
Shep Houghton Shep Houghton
Soldier (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)
Bill Kennedy Bill Kennedy
News Commentator (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold Ethelreda Leopold
Woman in D.C. Audience (uncredited)
Gary Merrill Gary Merrill
Backstage MP on Right (uncredited)
Victor Moore Victor Moore
Soldier's Father (uncredited)
Gene Nelson Gene Nelson
Soldier (uncredited)
Richard Reeves Richard Reeves
Moore's Son's Dance Partner - 'Ladies of Chorus' (uncredited)
William Roerick William Roerick
Mr. Green (uncredited)
Hayden Rorke Hayden Rorke
Soldier / Stage Manager (uncredited)
Arthur Space Arthur Space
Soldier (uncredited)
Ernest Truex Ernest Truex
Soldier's Father (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin Pierre Watkin
Stranger in Audience (uncredited)
Doodles Weaver Doodles Weaver
Soldier (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)