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Gangway for Tomorrow (1943) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

John H. Auer

Writing Credits  

Arch Oboler ... (screen play)
 
Aladar Laszlo ... (based on an original story by)

Cast (in credits order)  

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Mr. Wellington
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Joe Dunham
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Mary Jones, Miss America
William Terry ...
Bob Nolan
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Fred Taylor
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Tom Burke
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Jim Benson
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Swallow
...
Sam
Erford Gage ...
Dan Barton
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Col. Mueller
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Pete
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Jim Johnson - Mechanic
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Frank Danielson - Mechanic
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Hank (as Sam McDaniels)
John Wald ...
Radio Announcer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Jean (uncredited)
Louis V. Arco ...
Squad Officer (uncredited)
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Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Brandon Beach ...
Judge (uncredited)
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Stooge (uncredited)
John Bohn ...
Officer (uncredited)
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Worker (uncredited)
Patti Brill ...
Sis (uncredited)
Frederic Brunn ...
German Sergeant (uncredited)
Bruce Cameron ...
Officer (uncredited)
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Second Boardman (uncredited)
Chester Carlisle ...
Judge (uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers ...
Father Donovan (uncredited)
Harry Clay ...
Officer (uncredited)
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Georgine (uncredited)
Noel Delorme ...
French Girl in Truck (uncredited)
Walter Deming ...
Boardman (uncredited)
Angelo Desfis ...
Worker (uncredited)
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Polish Worker (uncredited)
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Rogan (uncredited)
Carl Ekberg ...
Guard (uncredited)
Edythe Elliott ...
Mary's Mother (uncredited)
Lillian Elliott ...
Burke's Mother (uncredited)
Bob Evans ...
Soldier (uncredited)
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Worker (uncredited)
Fred Farrell ...
Jacques (uncredited)
Al Ferguson ...
Ed Gilroy (uncredited)
George Ford ...
Naval Recruiting Officer (uncredited)
Carole Gallagher ...
Peanuts Harris (uncredited)
Gus Glassmire ...
Employment Clerk (uncredited)
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Stooge (uncredited)
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Constable (uncredited)
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Show Spectator (uncredited)
Theron Jackson ...
Claremont (uncredited)
Donald Kerr ...
Bellhop (uncredited)
Al Kunde ...
Sam Kowalski (uncredited)
Ann Kunde ...
Sara Henry (uncredited)
Paul Lacy ...
Worker (uncredited)
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Emma (uncredited)
Margaret Landry ...
Yvette (uncredited)
Jacques Lory ...
François Duroc (uncredited)
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Worker (uncredited)
Charles Marsh ...
Worker (uncredited)
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Jules (uncredited)
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Judge (uncredited)
Harro Meller ...
Officer (uncredited)
Peggy Miller ...
Girl (uncredited)
Josh Milton ...
Soldier (uncredited)
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Chairman of the Board (uncredited)
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Marine Sergeant (uncredited)
William J. O'Brien ...
Worker (uncredited)
William Oakley ...
Worker (uncredited)
Alex Papana ...
Paul (uncredited)
Manuel París ...
Show Spectator (uncredited)
Gerald Pierce ...
Messenger Boy (uncredited)
Jack Raymond ...
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
William Roy ...
Boy (uncredited)
Dick Rush ...
Worker (uncredited)
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Producer Jack Bell (uncredited)
Ida Shoemaker ...
Grandma (uncredited)
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Show Spectator (uncredited)
Leroy Strine ...
Lieutenant (uncredited)
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Worker (uncredited)
Bob Thom ...
Worker (uncredited)
David Thursby ...
Fogarty (uncredited)
Ben Watson ...
Worker (uncredited)
Blanche Webb ...
Worker (uncredited)

Produced by 

John H. Auer ... producer

Music by 

Roy Webb

Cinematography by 

Nicholas Musuraca

Film Editing by 

George Crone

Art Direction by 

Albert S. D'Agostino
Alfred Herman ... (as Al Herman)

Set Decoration by 

Darrell Silvera
William Stevens

Costume Design by 

Edward Stevenson

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Lloyd Richards ... assistant director
Robert Aldrich ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Bailey Fesler ... recordist
James G. Stewart ... rerecording
Terry Kellum ... sound (uncredited)

Special Effects by 

Vernon L. Walker ... special effects

Music Department 

C. Bakaleinikoff ... musical director

Other crew 

Dixie McCoy ... dialogue director (uncredited)

See also

Release Dates | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production | Technical Specs

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