Strictly G.I. (January 1, 1943)

Bob Hope in Strictly G.I.
 

Released on January 1, 1943: A film version of a command performance radio program that was sent to World War II troops during the war. This episode was filmed at Camp Roberts, California, and is also known as the Army-Navy Screen Magazine #20.

Directed by unknown

Written by unknown.

The Actors: Bob Hope (himself, master of ceremonies), Betty Hutton (herself), Lana Turner (herself), Judy Garland (herself), Ken Carpenter (announcer), Skinnay Ennis (band leader).

 

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Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton belts out a song for the troops of WWII
Betty Hutton singing
Betty Hutton singing on a radio program for the armed forces of WWII
Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton
Bob Hope
Bob Hope, master of ceremonies for the Armed Forces radio program
Bob Hope and Judy Garland
Bob Hope and Judy Garland
Edmund Cobb
Bob Hope and Lana Turner
Bob Hope
Bob Hope in 1943
Judy Garland
Judy Garland
Judy Garland
Judy Garland singing to the troops
Judy Garland
Judy Garland
Ken Carpenter
Ken Carpenter is the announcer for the radio program
Lana Turner
Lana Turner with porterhouse steak
Lana Turner
Lana Turner