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Sergeant York (1941) Poster

(1941)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Howard Hawks

Writing Credits  

Abem Finkel ... (original screen play) and
Harry Chandlee ... (original screen play) &
Howard Koch ... (original screen play) and
John Huston ... (original screen play)
 
Alvin C. York ... (based upon: the diary of) (as Sergeant York)
 
Tom Skeyhill ... (diary editor)
 
Sam Cowan ... (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Gary Cooper ... Alvin C. York
Walter Brennan ... Pastor Rosier Pile
Joan Leslie ... Gracie Williams
George Tobias ... 'Pusher' Ross
Stanley Ridges ... Major Buxton
Margaret Wycherly ... Mother York
Ward Bond ... Ike Botkin
Noah Beery Jr. ... Buck Lipscomb
June Lockhart ... Rosie York
Dickie Moore ... George York
Clem Bevans ... Zeke
Howard Da Silva ... Lem (as Howard da Silva)
Charles Trowbridge ... Cordell Hull
Harvey Stephens ... Captain Danforth
David Bruce ... Bert Thomas
Carl Esmond ... German Major (as Charles Esmond)
Joe Sawyer ... Sergeant Early (as Joseph Sawyer)
Pat Flaherty ... Sergeant Harry Parsons
Robert Porterfield Robert Porterfield ... Zeb Andrews
Erville Alderson ... Nate Tomkins
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Murray Alper ... But! Boy (uncredited)
James Anderson ... Eb (uncredited)
Arthur Aylesworth ... Marten - Bartender (uncredited)
Eugene Beday Eugene Beday ... Private (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict ... Welcomer Train Station (uncredited)
Sonny Bupp ... Boy in Sunday School (uncredited)
James Bush ... Private (uncredited)
Nat Carr Nat Carr ... Reporter (uncredited)
Lucia Carroll ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Lane Chandler ... Corporal Savage (uncredited)
Elisha Cook Jr. ... Piano Player (uncredited)
Clyde Cook ... Cockney Soldier (uncredited)
Ray Cooke Ray Cooke ... Orderly (uncredited)
Roger Creed Roger Creed ... Motorcycle Soldier (uncredited)
Jean Del Val ... Marshal Foch (uncredited)
John Dilson ... Reporter (uncredited)
Donald Douglas ... Captain Tillman (uncredited)
Charles Drake ... Scorer (uncredited)
Roland Drew ... Officer (uncredited)
Frank Faylen ... But! Boy (uncredited)
William Forrest ... Officer (uncredited)
Arno Frey Arno Frey ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Frederick Giermann Frederick Giermann ... German Lieutenant (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert ... Fat Woman (uncredited)
Joseph W. Girard ... General John J. Pershing (uncredited)
Eddie Graham Eddie Graham ... Reporter (uncredited)
Kit Guard ... Soldier on Rifle Range (uncredited)
William Haade ... Card Player (uncredited)
Creighton Hale ... Associated Press Man (uncredited)
Henry Hall ... Mountaineer (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood Herbert Heywood ... Man at Church (uncredited)
Russell Hicks ... General (uncredited)
George Irving ... Harrison (uncredited)
Jane Isbell Jane Isbell ... Gracie's Sister (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson ... General Duncan (uncredited)
Si Jenks ... Man at Church (uncredited)
Edward Keane ... Oscar of the Waldorf (uncredited)
Victor Kilian Victor Kilian ... Andrews (uncredited)
Joe King ... Draft Board Chairman (uncredited)
Rita La Roy ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Rolf Lindau Rolf Lindau ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Al Lloyd Al Lloyd ... Reporter (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Soldier in Trench (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe ... Beardsley (uncredited)
Tully Marshall ... Uncle Lige (uncredited)
Frank Mayo ... Reporter (uncredited)
Frank McGlynn Sr. ... Mountaineer (uncredited)
Sammy McKim ... Boy (uncredited)
Patrick McVey Patrick McVey ... Soldier (uncredited)
Charles Middleton ... Mountaineer (uncredited)
Robert Milasch ... Man in Church (uncredited)
Jack Mower ... Reporter (uncredited)
Frank Orth ... Drummer (uncredited)
Steve Pendleton ... Scorer (uncredited)
Jack Pennick Jack Pennick ... Corporal Cutting (uncredited)
Paul Phillips Paul Phillips ... Orderly (uncredited)
William 'Bill' Phillips William 'Bill' Phillips ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Mickey Rentschler ... Zeb's Brother (uncredited)
Walter Sande ... Sergeant on March (uncredited)
Wallace Scott Wallace Scott ... Soldier (uncredited)
Dick Simmons ... Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley Edwin Stanley ... Editor (uncredited)
Will Stanton ... Cockney Soldier (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Sergeant (uncredited)
William Sundholm William Sundholm ... Man in Church (uncredited)
Kay Sutton ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Ray Teal ... Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Sigfrid Tor Sigfrid Tor ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Ralph Urmy Ralph Urmy ... Soldier (uncredited)
Theodore von Eltz ... Prison Camp Commander (uncredited)
Eddy Waller ... Man at Church (uncredited)
Pat West Pat West ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Lee 'Lasses' White Lee 'Lasses' White ... Luke - Target Keeper (uncredited)
Frank Wilcox ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Tom (uncredited)
Tom Wilson Tom Wilson ... Turkey Shoot Participant (uncredited)
Douglas Wood Douglas Wood ... Major Hylan (uncredited)
William Yetter Sr. William Yetter Sr. ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Gig Young ... Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Victor Zimmerman Victor Zimmerman ... Private (uncredited)

Produced by 

Jesse L. Lasky ... producer
Hal B. Wallis ... producer
Howard Hawks ... producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Max Steiner

Cinematography by 

Sol Polito ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

William Holmes ... film editor

Art Direction by 

John Hughes

Set Decoration by 

Fred M. MacLean ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department 

Perc Westmore ... makeup artist
Al Greenway ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Ethel Griswald ... second hair stylist (uncredited)
Paul Malcolm ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Edith Westmore ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Ern Westmore ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management 

Eric Stacey ... unit manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

William Lasky ... third assistant director (uncredited)
John Prettyman ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Vincent Sherman ... additional director (uncredited)
Don Siegel ... second unit director (uncredited)
Jack Sullivan ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Lou Dolgin ... assistant props (uncredited)
Harper Goff ... set designer (uncredited)
Lucien Hafley ... props (uncredited)
Fred M. MacLean ... set dresser (uncredited)
Jack McConaghy ... assistant props (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Oliver S. Garretson ... sound

Stunts 

Roger Creed ... stunts (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... stunt double: Gary Cooper (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Arthur Edeson ... photographer: battle sequences
Joe Cramer ... best boy (uncredited)
Frank Evans ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Albert Greene ... second camera (uncredited)
Mac Julian ... still photographer (uncredited)
Harold Noyes ... grip (uncredited)
Charles O'Bannon ... gaffer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Eugene Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)
S. Kring ... wardrobe (uncredited)
Ted Schultz ... wardrobe (uncredited)
Jeanette Storck ... wardrobe (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Thomas Reilly ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Location Management 

William Guthrie ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department 

Leo F. Forbstein ... musical director
Hugo Friedhofer ... orchestral arrangements
Max Steiner ... conductor (uncredited)

Other crew 

Donoho Hall ... technical advisor
Paul Walters ... technical advisor (as Paul Walters Capt. F.A.R.)
William Yetter Sr. ... technical advisor (as William Yetter)
Lucille Anderson ... stand-in (uncredited)
Teddy Blue ... stand-in (uncredited)
George Bookasta ... stand-in (uncredited)
Eugene Busch ... script clerk (uncredited)
Captain Chester Carlisle ... technical advisor (uncredited)
Ray Meeker ... stand-in (uncredited)
Rita Ross ... stand-in (uncredited)
Everett Sullivan ... stand-in (uncredited)
Slim Talbot ... stand-in (uncredited)
Carl Voss ... trainer of battle troops (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

See also

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