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Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Norman Taurog

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Robert Considine ... (story)
Frank Wead

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

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Col. Jeff Nixon
Tom Drake ...
Matt Cochran
Beverly Tyler ...
Anne Cochran
Audrey Totter ...
Jean O'Leary
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Hurd Hatfield ...
Dr. John Wyatt
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Godfrey Tearle ...
Victor Francen ...
Dr. Marre
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Dr. Chisholm
Jonathan Hale ...
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K.T. Keller
Henry O'Neill ...
Gen. Thomas F. Farrell
Warner Anderson ...
Capt. William S. Parsons
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Art Baker ...
Ludwig Stössel ...
Dr. Albert Einstein (as Ludwig Stossel)
John Hamilton ...
Dr. Harold C. Urey
Frank Ferguson ...
Dr. James B. Conant
Tom Stevenson ...
Dr. E.P. Wigner
John Gallaudet ...
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Edward Earle ...
Charles G. Ross
Moroni Olsen ...
Dr. Arthur H. Compton
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Dr. Troyanski
...
Pilot at Tinian
Charles Trowbridge ...
Walter S. Carpenter Jr.
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Dr. W.H. Zinn
Henry Hall ...
Gen. Brehon Somervell
Paul Harvey ...
Lt. Gen. William D. Styer
Larry Johns ...
Quaker Scientist
Robert Emmett Keane ...
Dr. Rand
James Bush ...
Trevor Bardette ...
Clinic Doctor
William Wright ...
Damian O'Flynn ...
C.D. Howe
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Abbott ...
Danish Underground Leader (uncredited)
Philip Ahlm ...
Armed Guard (uncredited)
John Albright ...
Quaker Scientist (uncredited)
Erville Alderson ...
Kirk Alyn ...
Scientist (uncredited)
Rod Bacon ...
Crew Member (uncredited)
Frank Baker ...
Canadian Officer (uncredited)
Walter Baldwin ...
Workman (uncredited)
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German Laboratory Assistant (uncredited)
Gregg Barton ...
Enola Gay Navigator (uncredited)
Holger Bendixen ...
German Submarine Commander (uncredited)
Lee Bennett ...
Sergeant (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Margaret Bert ...
Townswoman (uncredited)
Robert Bice ...
Co-Pilot (uncredited)
William Bishop ...
2nd Lieutenant--Electronics Officer, Enola Gay (uncredited)
Carlyle Blackwell Jr. ...
Armed Guard (uncredited)
Larry J. Blake ...
Tough Military Policeman (uncredited)
Stanley Blystone ...
Civilian Guard (uncredited)
John Bogden ...
Scientist (uncredited)
Charles Bradstreet ...
Airport Guard (uncredited)
Tex Brodus ...
Enola Gay Ground Crewman (uncredited)
Paul Bryar ...
Army Officer (uncredited)
Tom Burton ...
Officer (uncredited)
Roy Butler ...
Townsman (uncredited)
George M. Carleton ...
Senator (uncredited)
James Carlisle ...
Industrialist (uncredited)
Douglas Carter ...
Quaker Scientist (uncredited)
Ed Cassidy ...
Rafferty (uncredited)
Frank Chalfant ...
Scientist (uncredited)
Spencer Chan ...
Japanese Naval Officer (uncredited)
Peter Chong ...
Japanese General (uncredited)
Bron Clifford ...
Chaplain (uncredited)
Bruce Cowling ...
Enola Gay Ground Crewman (uncredited)
Ralph Crane ...
Weatherman (uncredited)
Frank Dae ...
Senator (uncredited)
Bert Davidson ...
Armed Guard (uncredited)
Boyd Davis ...
Senator (uncredited)
Harry Denny ...
Passing Officer (uncredited)
Tom Dillon ...
Gregor (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn ...
Guard (uncredited)
Dick Earle ...
Industrialist (uncredited)
Helen Eby-Rock ...
Townswoman (uncredited)
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CIC Man (uncredited)
Frank Erickson ...
Attendant (uncredited)
Herbert Evans ...
Scientist (uncredited)
Lloyd Everett ...
Enola Gay Ground Crewman (uncredited)
Budd Fine ...
Evictee (uncredited)
William Forrest ...
Brigadier General (uncredited)
Ted French ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Arno Frey ...
Nazi Official (uncredited)
Paul Fung ...
Japanese Radar Officer (uncredited)
Jack Gallagher ...
Evictee (uncredited)
John Gannon ...
Orderly (uncredited)
Stewart Garner ...
Communications Officer (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson ...
President Truman's Secretary (uncredited)
Tom Gibson ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
Frederick Giermann ...
Nazi Officer (uncredited)
Bob Gilbert ...
Lieutenant, R.C.M., Enola Gay (uncredited)
Jon Gilbreath ...
Attendant (uncredited)
William Graeff Jr. ...
Emergency Switch Operator (uncredited)
Clarke Hardwicke ...
Enola Gay Co-Pilot (uncredited)
Sam Harris ...
Scientist on Plane (uncredited)
Harry Hayden ...
Harried Editor (uncredited)
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Barometric Observer (uncredited)
Russell Hicks ...
General (uncredited)
Earle Hodgins ...
Gate Guard (uncredited)
Jimmy Horan ...
Soldier at Airfield (uncredited)
James Horne Jr. ...
Barmetric Observer (uncredited)
Anne Howard ...
English Laboratory Assistant (uncredited)
Jimmy Hunt ...
Little Boy (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson ...
Senior Engineer (uncredited)
John James ...
Engineer (uncredited)
William Janssen ...
Instrument Operator (uncredited)
Bobby Jordan ...
Radioman on Tinian Receiving A-Bomb Message (uncredited)
Tommy Kelly ...
Mack (uncredited)
John B. Kennedy ...
Newsreel Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Mike Killian ...
Senior Engineer (uncredited)
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Dr. O.E. Frisch (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ...
Construction Engineer (uncredited)
Al Kunde ...
Evictee (uncredited)
Nolan Leary ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Lee ...
General Groves' Aide (uncredited)
William F. Leicester ...
Enola Gay Flight Engineer (uncredited)
Frank Leigh ...
British General (uncredited)
James B. Leong ...
Japanese Army Officer (uncredited)
Weaver Levy ...
Japanese Sailor (uncredited)
Donald S. Lewis ...
Secret Service Man (uncredited)
King Lockwood ...
Col. Nichols (uncredited)
Richard Loo ...
Japanese Officer (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm ...
Keith (uncredited)
Jack Manolas ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
Chris-Pin Martin ...
Mexican Man (uncredited)
Louis Mason ...
Workman (uncredited)
Roger McGee ...
Scientist (uncredited)
Michael McGrath ...
Dr. Kistiakonsky (uncredited)
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart ...
Radio Operator (uncredited)
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Mrs. Wyatt (uncredited)
Danny Merrill ...
Scientist (uncredited)
Sybil Merritt ...
Cute Guide (uncredited)
Torben Meyer ...
Milkman (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Forbes Murray ...
Briefing Officer (uncredited)
Merlyn Nelson ...
Evictee (uncredited)
James Nolan ...
President Roosevelt's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Wedgwood Nowell ...
Industrialist (uncredited)
Larry Nunn ...
Worried GI (uncredited)
Fred Nurney ...
Nazi Officer (uncredited)
Ray Page ...
Meter Man (uncredited)
Eddie Parks ...
Bewildered Civilian (uncredited)
Charles Peck ...
GI Messenger (uncredited)
Ray Pemberton ...
Electronics Engineer (uncredited)
Bob Pepper ...
Crewman (uncredited)
George Peters ...
Nurse (uncredited)
Tom Pilkington ...
Man with Counter (uncredited)
Otto Reichow ...
Nazi Officer (uncredited)
William Roberts ...
Enola Gay Radio Operator (uncredited)
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Waitress (uncredited)
Carl Saxe ...
German General's Aide (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ...
Winne (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ...
Nazi Officer (uncredited)
Hans Schumm ...
Nazi Police Officer (uncredited)
Dorothy Scott ...
Laboratory Assistant (uncredited)
Robin Short ...
Young Scientist (uncredited)
Buster Slaven ...
Enola Gay Assistant Gunner (uncredited)
J. Lewis Smith ...
Wolfish Soldier (uncredited)
Eunice Soo-Hoo ...
Japanese Child (uncredited)
Robert Spencer ...
Nuclear Scientist (uncredited)
Jack Sterling ...
Enola Gay Tail Gunner (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ...
Man at Time Capsule Ceremony (uncredited)
Cedric Stevens ...
Evictee (uncredited)
William Tannen ...
Soldier at A-Bomb Test (uncredited)
Richard Terry ...
Enola Gay Radarman (uncredited)
David Thursby ...
English Bobby (uncredited)
Frank Tomlinson ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
George Travell ...
Tinian Co-Pilot (uncredited)
H.T. Tsiang ...
Prof. Okani (uncredited)
George Turner ...
Pilot (uncredited)
Harry Tyler ...
Man (uncredited)
William Van Vleck ...
Evictee (uncredited)
Leslie Vincent ...
English Junior Scientist (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan ...
Medical Major (uncredited)
Hans von Morhart ...
Danish Customs Man (uncredited)
Eddy Waller ...
Man (uncredited)
Constance Weiler ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
Harry T. Wensel ...
Wensel (uncredited)
Carl Wester ...
Construction Engineer (uncredited)
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Enola Gay Bombardier (uncredited)
Ronald Wong ...
Japanese Child (uncredited)
Jack Worth ...
Nazi Officer (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Samuel Marx ... producer

Music by 

Daniele Amfitheatrof

Cinematography by 

Ray June

Film Editing by 

George Boemler

Art Direction by 

Cedric Gibbons
Hans Peters

Set Decoration by 

F. Keogh Gleason ... (as Keogh Gleason)
Edwin B. Willis

Makeup Department 

Jack Dawn ... makeup creator

Production Management 

Sergei Petschnikoff ... unit manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Stanley Goldsmith ... assistant director (uncredited)
Frank E. Myers ... assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Douglas Shearer ... recording director

Special Effects by 

A. Arnold Gillespie ... special effects
Donald Jahraus ... special effects
Warren Newcombe ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department 

Paul Mantz ... aerial director of photography

Casting Department 

Bobby Webb ... casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Irene ... costume supervisor

Editorial Department 

Peter Ballbusch ... montage

Music Department 

Sidney Cutner ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Leo Shuken ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Other crew 

William A. Consodine ... technical advisor: military
David Hawkins ... scientific technical advisor (as Dr. David Hawkins)
W. Bradford Shank ... scientific technical advisor
Charles W. Sweeney ... technical advisor: military
Edward R. Tompkins ... scientific technical advisor (as Dr. Edward R. Tompkins)
H.T. Wensel ... scientific technical advisor (as Dr. H.T. Wensel)
Paul Van Sloun ... technical advisor (uncredited)
Hal B. Wallis ... advisor (uncredited)

Thanks 

Tony Owen ... acknowledgment: for his cooperation

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