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Destroyer (1943) Poster

(1943)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

William A. Seiter
Ray Enright ... (uncredited)

Writing Credits  

Frank Wead ... (screen play) &
Lewis Meltzer ... (screen play) &
Borden Chase ... (screen play)
 
Frank Wead ... (story)

Cast (in credits order)  

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Steve Boleslavski (as Edward G.Robinson)
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Mickey Donohue
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Kansus Jackson
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Sarecky
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Lt. Cmdr. Clark
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Casey (as Ed Brophy)
Warren Ashe ...
Lt. Marton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Beckford ...
Yeoman (uncredited)
Dean Benton ...
Moore (uncredited)
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Yasha (uncredited)
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Doctor (uncredited)
Roy Brent ...
Sailor (uncredited)
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2nd Fireman (uncredited)
Charles D. Brown ...
Doctor (uncredited)
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Marine / Fireman (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ...
Cook (uncredited)
Alma Carroll ...
(uncredited)
Eddy Chandler ...
Chief Gunner's Mate (uncredited)
Cliff Clark ...
Commandant (uncredited)
Roger Clark ...
Chief Engineer (uncredited)
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1st Workman (uncredited)
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Doctor #1 (uncredited)
Eddie Coke ...
Storekeeper (uncredited)
Eleanor Counts ...
Sarecky's Girl (uncredited)
Roy Darmour ...
Pharmacist's Mate (uncredited)
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Survivor (uncredited)
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1st Ship Fitter (uncredited)
John Estes ...
Helmsman (uncredited)
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Japanese Sonar Man (uncredited)
Jerry Franks Jr. ...
Pharmacist's Mate / Bridge Talker (uncredited)
Jack Gardner ...
Sailor (uncredited)
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2nd Ship Fitter (uncredited)
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Austin (uncredited)
Lloyd Hanson ...
Collins (uncredited)
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Knife-Eating Sailor (uncredited)
David Holt ...
Sobbing Sailor (uncredited)
David S. Horsley ...
Thomas (uncredited)
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Survivor (uncredited)
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Sobbing Sailor (uncredited)
Stephen Keyes ...
Seaman Guard (uncredited)
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Japanese Submarine Commander (uncredited)
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Naval Officer (uncredited)
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Marine (uncredited)
Don McGill ...
Survivor (uncredited)
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Assistant Chief Engineer (uncredited)
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Justice of the Peace (uncredited)
David McKim ...
Signalman (uncredited)
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Doctor (uncredited)
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Chief Quartermaster (uncredited)
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Girl (uncredited)
Bob Milton ...
J.V. Talker (uncredited)
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Communications Officer (uncredited)
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Postman (uncredited)
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Ens. Johnson (uncredited)
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Bigbee's Girl (uncredited)
Paul Perry ...
Doctor (uncredited)
Don Peters ...
Helmsman (uncredited)
Neil Reagan ...
Lt. J.C. Randolph (uncredited)
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J.V. Talker (uncredited)
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Ferguson (uncredited)
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Survivor (uncredited)
Ronald R. Rondell ...
Survivor (uncredited)
Clark Ross ...
Pharmacist's Mate (uncredited)
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Spinster (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ...
Chief Machinist's Mate (uncredited)
George Sherwood ...
Workman (uncredited)
Mel Shubert ...
James (uncredited)
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Radioman (uncredited)
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Marine (uncredited)
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Sailor (uncredited)
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Justice of the Peace's Wife (uncredited)
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Riveter (uncredited)
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Admiral (uncredited)
Frank Wayne ...
Pharmacist's Mate (uncredited)
Craig Woods ...
Bigbee (uncredited)
Billy Young ...
Storekeeper (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Louis F. Edelman ... producer

Music by 

Anthony Collins

Cinematography by 

Franz Planer ... director of photography (as Franz F. Planer)

Film Editing by 

Gene Havlick

Art Direction by 

Lionel Banks

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Milton Carter ... assistant director
Budd Boetticher ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Cary Odell ... associate art director
Frank Tuttle ... interior decorator

Sound Department 

Edward Bernds ... sound (uncredited)

Visual Effects by 

David Allen ... miniatures (uncredited) / process photographer (uncredited)

Music Department 

Morris Stoloff ... musical director (as M.W. Stoloff)
Anthony Collins ... musical director (uncredited)

Other crew 

Aaron Nibley ... montage effects
H.D. Smith ... technical adviser (as Lt. Comm. H. D. Smith U.S.N.)

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