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Hello, Annapolis (1942) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Charles Barton

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Donald Davis ... (screenplay)
Tom Reed ... (screenplay)
Tom Reed ... (story)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

Tom Brown ...
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Doris Henley
...
Paul Herbert
Phil Brown ...
Kansas City
Joseph Crehan ...
Evans Arden
Thurston Hall ...
Capt. Wendall
Ferris Taylor ...
Capt. Forbes
Herbert Rawlinson ...
Capt. Dugan
...
Miss Jenkins
Robert Kellard ...
George Crandall (as Robert Stevens)
Stanley Brown ...
Norman Brennan
William Blees ...
Hazlett Houston
Georgia Caine ...
Aunt Arabella
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barbara Brown ...
Mrs. Nolan (uncredited)
Wallis Clark ...
Mr. Nolan (uncredited)
...
Chief Petty Officer (uncredited)
Boyd Davis ...
Executive Officer (uncredited)
Eddie Dew ...
Officer of the Watch (uncredited)
Sam Flint ...
Adm. Jones (uncredited)
William Forrest ...
Lt. Burns (uncredited)
Jack Gardner ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Gladden James ...
Doctor (uncredited)
Charles Jordan ...
Joe Jenkins (uncredited)
Eddie Laughton ...
Hank (uncredited)
James Millican ...
Lt. Blake (uncredited)
...
Charles (uncredited)
Forbes Murray ...
Undetermined role (uncredited)
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Pharmacist Mate (uncredited)
Cyril Ring ...
Reporter (uncredited)
John Tyrrell ...
Male Nurse (uncredited)
Larry Williams ...
Underwood (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Wallace MacDonald ... producer

Music by 

John Leipold ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Philip Tannura

Film Editing by 

Art Seid ... (as Arthur Seid)

Art Direction by 

Lionel Banks

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Milton Carter ... assistant director

Art Department 

Jerome Pycha Jr. ... associate art director

Sound Department 

Edward Bernds ... sound engineer (as Ed Bernds)

Music Department 

Morris Stoloff ... musical director

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