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Poster of Buck Privates Come Home

Buck Privates Come Home

Release Date: Friday, April 4 1947 (75 years ago)
Portrait of Bud AbbottBud Abbott
Slicker Smith
Bud Abbott was:
Portrait of Lou CostelloLou Costello
Herbie Brown
Lou Costello was:
Portrait of Tom BrownTom Brown
Bill Gregory
Tom Brown was:
Portrait of Joan ShawleeJoan Shawlee
Sylvia Hunter (as Joan Fulton)
Joan Shawlee was:
Portrait of Nat PendletonNat Pendleton
Sgt. Michael Collins
Nat Pendleton was:
Portrait of Beverly SimmonsBeverly Simmons
Yvonne 'Evie' LeBrec
Beverly Simmons was:
Portrait of Don PorterDon Porter
Capt. Christie
Don Porter was:
Portrait of Donald MacBrideDonald MacBride
Police captain
Donald MacBride was:
Portrait of Don BeddoeDon Beddoe
Mr. Roberts (State Department)
Don Beddoe was:
Portrait of Charles TrowbridgeCharles Trowbridge
Mr. Quince
Charles Trowbridge was:
Portrait of Russell HicksRussell Hicks
Mr. Appleby
Russell Hicks was:
Portrait of Joe KirkJoe Kirk
Real Estate Salesman
Joe Kirk was:
Portrait of Knox ManningKnox Manning
Commentator
Knox Manning was:
Portrait of Milburn StoneMilburn Stone
Announcer
Milburn Stone was:
Portrait of Eddie AcuffEddie Acuff
Soldier (uncredited)
Eddie Acuff was:
Portrait of Ernie AdamsErnie Adams
Tie Demo Bystander (uncredited)
Ernie Adams was:
Portrait of Patricia AlphinPatricia Alphin
Young Girl (uncredited)
Patricia Alphin was:
Portrait of Robert BaconRobert Bacon
Medic (uncredited)
Robert Bacon was:
Portrait of George BartonGeorge Barton
Spectator (uncredited)
George Barton was:
Portrait of George Beban Jr.George Beban Jr.
GI Buddy (uncredited)
George Beban Jr. was:
Portrait of Brooks BenedictBrooks Benedict
Street Onlooker (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict was:
Portrait of Leonard BremenLeonard Bremen
GI Buddy (uncredited)
Leonard Bremen was:
Portrait of Ralph BrooksRalph Brooks
Medic (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks was:
Portrait of William ChingWilliam Ching
2nd Lieutenant, Mess Officer (uncredited)
William Ching was:
Portrait of Cliff ClarkCliff Clark
Quentin (INS) (uncredited)
Cliff Clark was:
Portrait of Eddie CokeEddie Coke
Medic (uncredited)
Eddie Coke was:
Portrait of Russ ConwayRuss Conway
Medic (uncredited)
Russ Conway was:
Portrait of Billy CurtisBilly Curtis
Man (uncredited)
Billy Curtis was:
Portrait of Jean Del ValJean Del Val
Duprez - French Consul General (uncredited)
Jean Del Val was:
Portrait of Janna DeLoosJanna DeLoos
Woman Taking in Laundry (uncredited)
Janna DeLoos was:
Portrait of Dick DickersonDick Dickerson
Rookie Soldier (uncredited)
Dick Dickerson was:
Portrait of Jimmie DoddJimmie Dodd
GI Buddy (uncredited)
Jimmie Dodd was:
Portrait of Kenne DuncanKenne Duncan
Sergeant on Sidewalk (uncredited)
Kenne Duncan was:
Portrait of Eddie DunnEddie Dunn
Mulroney - Garage Man (uncredited)
Eddie Dunn was:
Portrait of Ralph DunnRalph Dunn
Ed - Guard on Midget Car (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn was:
Portrait of Jerry FarberJerry Farber
Boy (uncredited)
Jerry Farber was:
Portrait of Jim FarleyJim Farley
Bank Guard #2 (uncredited)
Jim Farley was:
Portrait of William HaadeWilliam Haade
Eustice (Laundry Woman's Husband) (uncredited)
William Haade was:
Portrait of Chuck HamiltonChuck Hamilton
New York Cop (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton was:
Portrait of Myron HealeyMyron Healey
Tech Sergeant - Medic #5 (uncredited)
Myron Healey was:
Portrait of Doris KemperDoris Kemper
Mrs. Edwards - Matron (uncredited)
Doris Kemper was:
Portrait of Donald KerrDonald Kerr
Tie Demo Bystander (uncredited)
Donald Kerr was:
Portrait of Milton KibbeeMilton Kibbee
Street Gawker (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Portrait of Lyle LatellLyle Latell
Sergeant - Medic #1 (uncredited)
Lyle Latell was:
Portrait of Rex LeaseRex Lease
Appleby's Chauffeur (uncredited)
Rex Lease was:
Portrait of Frank MarloweFrank Marlowe
Tie Buyer (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe was:
Portrait of Frank MayoFrank Mayo
The Colonel (uncredited)
Frank Mayo was:
Portrait of Walter MerrillWalter Merrill
Tie Buyer (uncredited)
Walter Merrill was:
Portrait of John MichaelsJohn Michaels
Buck Private (uncredited)
John Michaels was:
Portrait of Ottola NesmithOttola Nesmith
French Matron (uncredited)
Ottola Nesmith was:
Portrait of Joe PloskiJoe Ploski
Angry Soldier on Boat (uncredited)
Joe Ploski was:
Portrait of Buddy RooseveltBuddy Roosevelt
New York Cop - Driver (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt was:
Portrait of John SheehanJohn Sheehan
Drew (INS) (uncredited)
John Sheehan was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
Bank Guard #1 (uncredited)
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of Tom SkinnerTom Skinner
Medic (uncredited)
Tom Skinner was:
Portrait of Clarence StraightClarence Straight
Medic (uncredited)
Clarence Straight was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Guard on Midget Car (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Peter M. ThompsonPeter M. Thompson
GI Buddy (uncredited)
Peter M. Thompson was:
Portrait of Harlan WadeHarlan Wade
Sergeant - Medic #6 (uncredited)
Harlan Wade was:
Portrait of Lane WatsonLane Watson
1st Lieutenant (uncredited)
Lane Watson was:
Portrait of Robert J. WilkeRobert J. Wilke
GI Buddy (uncredited)
Robert J. Wilke was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
GI Buddy
Al Murphy was:
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