You're in the Navy Now (1951)

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  1. llanes13

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    Dvd English

    Screen 720 x 480

    IMDB User Rating:6.0/10

    Director:Henry Hathaway


    Tagline:Hilarious Comedy About A Snafu Ship !

    Plot:You're in the Navy Now is a Hollywood film released in 1951 by Twentieth Century Fox about the United States Navy in the first months of World War II. Its initial release was titled USS Teakettle. Directed by Henry Hathaway* the film is a comedy starring Gary Cooper as a new officer wanting duty at sea but who is instead assigned to an experimental project without much hope of success.

    Filmed in black and white aboard PC-1168* an active Navy patrol craft* You're in the Navy Now featured the film debuts of both Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin in minor roles as crewmen. Screenwriter Richard Murphy was nominated by the Writers Guild of America for "Best Written American Comedy"* basing his script on an article in The New Yorker


    Gary Cooper... Lt. John W. Harkness
    Jane Greer... Ellie C. Harkness
    Millard Mitchell... George Larrabee
    Eddie Albert... Lt. Bill Barron
    John McIntire... Cmdr. W. R. Reynolds
    Ray Collins... Rear Adm. L. C. Tennant
    Harry von Zell... Capt. 'Danny' Eliot (as Harry Von Zell)
    Jack Webb... Ens. Anthony 'Tony' Barbo
    Richard Erdman... Ens. Chuck Dorrance
    Harvey Lembeck... Norelli
    Henry Slate... Chief Engineer Ryan
    Ed Begley ... Port Commander

  2. QQSslow

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  3. murray

    murray Guest

    thank U kartal21
  4. wpksortzfe

    wpksortzfe Guest

    Thanks for sharing

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