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Battle Stations (1956)

 -  Drama | War  -  February 1956 (USA)
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The crew of a U.S. Navy ship in World War II goes into battle against the Japanese fleet.

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Father Joseph McIntyre
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Buck Fitzpatrick
Keefe Brasselle ...
Chris Jordan
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The Captain
William Leslie ...
Ens. Pete Kelly
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Cmdr. James Matthews
Jimmy Lydon ...
Squawk Hewitt
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Marty Brennan
George O'Hanlon ...
Patrick Mosher
Eddie Foy III ...
Tom Short
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The crew of a U.S. Navy ship in World War II goes into battle against the Japanese fleet.

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February 1956 (USA)  »

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Batismo de Fogo  »

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What was unique and a comment on the prisoner work scene.
31 August 2001 | by (Westminster, CA) – See all my reviews

This movie was a little unique, because it had no women in it. I had a tiny part in one scene with Keefe Brasselle. The scene: prisoners on the ship painting and talking about escaping and going ashore for the last time, before the battle. Much of the movie was shot on the USS Princeton. I was an electronic Tech. aboard the ship from 1954 to 1957.

This movie would interest people who want to know more about the war and how it affected people.


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