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Eagle Squadron

Eagle Squadron

Release Date: 1942-06-16 (79 years ago)
Robert Stack
Chuck S. Brewer
Robert Stack was:
Diana Barrymore
Anne Partridge
Diana Barrymore was:
Jon Hall
Hank Starr
Jon Hall was:
Eddie Albert
Leckie
Eddie Albert was:
Nigel Bruce
McKinnon
Nigel Bruce was:
Evelyn Ankers
Nancy Mitchell
Evelyn Ankers was:
Leif Erickson
Johnny M. Coe
Leif Erickson was:
John Loder
Paddy Carson
John Loder was:
Edgar Barrier
Wadislaw Borowsky
Edgar Barrier was:
Isobel Elsom
Dame Elizabeth Whitby
Isobel Elsom was:
Alan Hale Jr.
Olsen
Alan Hale Jr. was:
Don Porter
Ramsey
Don Porter was:
Donald Stuart
Hoskins
Donald Stuart was:
Frederick Worlock
Grenfall
Frederick Worlock was:
Stanley Ridges
Air Minister
Stanley Ridges was:
Gene Reynolds
The kid
Gene Reynolds was:
Robert Warwick
Bullock
Robert Warwick was:
Clarence Straight
Chandler
Clarence Straight was:
Edmund Glover
Meeker
Edmund Glover was:
Gladys Cooper
Aunt Emmeline
Gladys Cooper was:
Rhys Williams
Sgt. Johns
Rhys Williams was:
Paul Cavanagh
Sir James Patridge
Paul Cavanagh was:
Gavin Muir
Major Severn
Gavin Muir was:
Jill Esmond
Phyllis
Jill Esmond was:
Ian Wolfe
Sir Charles Porter
Ian Wolfe was:
Alan Napier
Black Watch officer
Alan Napier was:
Queenie Leonard
Bridget - Lancashire blonde
Queenie Leonard was:
Audrey Long
Nurse
Audrey Long was:
Mary Carr
Mother
Mary Carr was:
Peter Lawford
Pilot
Peter Lawford was:
Rex Lease
German soldier
Rex Lease was:
Richard Cramer
Man
Richard Cramer was:
William Severn
Billy
William Severn was:
Richard Fraser
Lt. Jefferys
Richard Fraser was:
Richard Crane
Griffith
Richard Crane was:
Howard Banks
Barker
Howard Banks was:
Harold Landon
Welch
Harold Landon was:
Todd Karns
Meyers
Todd Karns was:
Charles King Jr.
Cadet Chubby
Charles King Jr. was:
Harold De Becker
Pvt. Owen
Harold De Becker was:
Carl Harbord
Lubbock
Carl Harbord was:
Charles Irwin
Sir Benjamin Trask
Charles Irwin was:
Olaf Hytten
Day Controller
Olaf Hytten was:
Stanley Smith
Bell, RAF pilot
Stanley Smith was:
Richard Davies
White, RAF pilot
Richard Davies was:
John Burton
Wing Commander
John Burton was:
Tom Stevenson
Allison
Tom Stevenson was:
James Eagles
Blind patient
James Eagles was:
Irene Tedrow
Woman
Irene Tedrow was:
Peggy Ann Garner
Child
Peggy Ann Garner was:
Linda Bieber
Child
Linda Bieber was:
Louis Adlon
German Sergeant
Louis Adlon was:
Harry Allen
Cockney
Harry Allen was:
Paula Allen
Child
Paula Allen was:
Radford Allen
Child
Radford Allen was:
Rudolph Anders
German Squad Leader
Rudolph Anders was:
Rene Austin
Child
Rene Austin was:
Lee Bennett
Flyer
Lee Bennett was:
Barry Bernard
Officer
Barry Bernard was:
Wilda Bieber
Child
Wilda Bieber was:
Howard Blanchard
Child
Howard Blanchard was:
John Bleifer
German Sergeant
John Bleifer was:
Walter Bonn
German Soldier
Walter Bonn was:
Paul Bryar
Frenchman
Paul Bryar was:
Vicki Campbell
Nurse
Vicki Campbell was:
Fred Cavens
Frenchman
Fred Cavens was:
Gerard Cavin
Channel Crewman
Gerard Cavin was:
Dennis Chaldecott
Child
Dennis Chaldecott was:
David Clyde
Fire Warden
David Clyde was:
Rae Collett
Child
Rae Collett was:
James Craven
Fire Warden
James Craven was:
Carol Curtis-Brown
Brown Hair
Carol Curtis-Brown was:
Leslie Denison
Night Controller
Leslie Denison was:
John Estes
Flyer
John Estes was:
Herbert Evans
Air Raid Warden
Herbert Evans was:
Florence Gill
Cockney
Florence Gill was:
Arthur Gould-Porter
British Sound Detector
Arthur Gould-Porter was:
Eddie Hall
Flyer
Eddie Hall was:
Alec Harford
Cockney
Alec Harford was:
James Harker
Night Fighter
James Harker was:
Mary Lou Harrington
Child
Mary Lou Harrington was:
Keith Hitchcock
Commanding Officer
Keith Hitchcock was:
John Holland
Fire Warden
John Holland was:
Colin Kenny
Fire Warden
Colin Kenny was:
Guy Kingsford
London Policeman
Guy Kingsford was:
Kate Drain Lawson
Large Woman
Kate Drain Lawson was:
Bruce Lester
King
Bruce Lester was:
Oscar Loraine
Frenchman
Oscar Loraine was:
Kenneth MacDonald
Margate Dispatcher
Kenneth MacDonald was:
Tommy Martin
Evacuated Child
Tommy Martin was:
Viola Moore
W.A.A.F.
Viola Moore was:
Jessica Newcombe
Rescue Worker
Jessica Newcombe was:
Tarquin Olivier
Georgie
Tarquin Olivier was:
Frank Penny
Fireman
Frank Penny was:
Quentin Reynolds
Narrator
Quentin Reynolds was:
Clare Sandars
Child
Clare Sandars was:
James Seay
Medical Officer
James Seay was:
Yvonne Severn
Child
Yvonne Severn was:
Billy Sheffield
Child
Billy Sheffield was:
Reginald Sheffield
Doc
Reginald Sheffield was:
Ivan F. Simpson
Simms
Ivan F. Simpson was:
Robert Street
Night Fighter
Robert Street was:
Harry Stubbs
Cockney
Harry Stubbs was:
Cyril Thornton
Binocular Observer
Cyril Thornton was:
Roland Varno
Aide-de-camp
Roland Varno was:
Pax Walker
Girl
Pax Walker was:
Johnny Walsh
Kid
Johnny Walsh was:
Crane Whitley
German Sentry
Crane Whitley was:
Heather Wilde
W.A.A.F.
Heather Wilde was:
Eric Wilton
Fire Warden
Eric Wilton was:
Bruce Wyndham
German Officer
Bruce Wyndham was:
Joyce Wynn
W.A.A.F.
Joyce Wynn was:
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