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Sergeant Mike (1944)

 -  War | Drama  -  9 November 1944 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Larry Parks ...
Pvt. Tom Allen
Jeanne Bates ...
Terry Arno
Loren Tindall ...
Simms
Jim Bannon ...
Lt. Patrick Henry
Robert Williams ...
Sgt. Rankin
Tom Keene ...
Reed (as Richard Powers)
Larry Olsen ...
S.K. Arno (as Larry Joe Olsen)
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A Thrilling Story of a G.I. AND HIS DOG!

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Nothing special in this little war sleeper, but although not bad time waster. We have seen this a billion times before, an ordinary GI story about soldiers to whom we give a dog in their warfare efforts...

Forgettable at the most. This is the first feature directed by Henry Levin, for Columbia Pictures, where the film maker made most of his career. It's starring Larry Parks, another faithful Levin's actor in later swashbuckler - against the "evil" George Mac Ready - and produced by Jack Frier - never heard of him...

Yes, you can miss this war dog story. It could have been a police dog one, as Edward Cahn did one time. But that's another comment.


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