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The Yanks Are Coming (1942 film)

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Director  Alexis Thurn-Taxis
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Country  United States
3.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Musical, Romance
Language  English
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Writer  Tony Stern, Lew Pollack, Edward E. Kaye, Arthur St. Claire, Sherman L. Lowe, Edith Watkins
Release date  9 November 1942
Screenplay  Sherman L. Lowe, Arthur St. Claire, Edith Watkins
Story by  Lew Pollack, Tony Stern, Edward E. Kaye
Cast  Mary Healy (Rita Edwards), Maxie Rosenbloom (Butch), Lew Pollack, Harry Einstein (Parky), Dorothy Dare (Peggy)
Similar movies  Hats Off (1936), Footlight Serenade (1942), King Kelly of the USA (1934), Meet Me After the Show (1951), Alexanders Ragtime Band (1938)

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The Yanks Are Coming is a 1942 American patriotic musical film from Poverty Row studio Producers Releasing Corporation directed by Alexis Thurn-Taxis.

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Plot summary

During World War II singer Bob Reynolds leaves his band to enlist in the US Army. His band soon follows him where the Army uses the group to put on a show for the troops.

Cast

  • William Roberts as Bob Reynolds (singing voice dubbed by William Marshall)
  • Henry King as Gil Whitney
  • Mary Healy as Rita Edwards
  • Jack Heller as Sammy Winkle
  • Max Rosenbloom as Butch
  • Harry Parke as Parky
  • Dorothy Dare as Peggy
  • Lynn Starr as Vicki
  • Jane Novak as Flora
  • Dave O'Brien as Sgt. Callahan
  • Forrest Taylor as Captain Brown
  • Charles Purcell as Cpl. Jenks
  • Lew Pollack as Himself
  • Henry King's Orchestra as Gil's Orchestra
  • Soundtrack

  • Parkyakarkus - "Zip Your Lip" (Written by Lew Pollack and Tony Stern)
  • Henry King Orchestra "The Yanks Are Coming" (Written by Herman Ruby and Sidney Clare)
  • "There Will Be No Blackout of Democracy" (Written by Herman Ruby and Sidney Clare)
  • William Marshall and Lynn Starr - "Don't Fool Around With My Heart" (Written by Kay Crothers and Dr. Arthur Garland)
  • William Marshall and Mary Healy - "I Must Have Priorities On Your Love" (Written by Lew Pollack and Tony Stern)
  • References

    The Yanks Are Coming (1942 film) Wikipedia
    The Yanks Are Coming (1942 film) IMDb


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