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The Admiral Was A Lady (August 4, 1950)

The Admiral Was A Lady
 

Released on August 4, 1950: (running time 1 hour and 27 minutes) Four Air Force men back home after World War Two meet a Navy WAVE and together they discover how to make the most of civilian life.

Produced by Albert S. Rogell

Directed by Albert S. Rogell

The Actors: Edmond O'Brien (Jimmy Stevens), Wanda Hendrix (Jean Madison), Rudy Vallee (Peter Pedigrew, the Juke Box King), Hillary Brooke (Shirley Pedigrew), Johnny Sands (Eddie Hoff), Steve Brodie (Mike O'Halloran, the failed boxer), Richard Erdman (Oliver 'Ollie' Bonelli), Richard Lane (Marty Gruber, boxing promoter), Garry Owen (Watson Jones, the private detective), Fred Essler (Benny, pawn broker), Marvelle Andre (Pedigrew's Secretary), Jean Bane (Henry's girlfriend), Lane Chandler (first bus driver), James Conaty (bank guard), Warren Douglas (salesman), Ralph Dunn (Mr. Bimble, private detective), Sam Finn (fight fan), Sam Flint (yacht captain), June Glory (nurse), John Halloran (bank guard at club), Phil Harron (Henry Marlow), Eddie Kane (drunk in the box seat), Mike Lally (the fight timekeeper), Larry Mancine (interne), Frank Marlowe (bus driver number two), Spec O'Donnell (fight fan, and a bettor), Eddie Parks (First National Bank teller), Bob Rich (Clarence the doorman), Jack Roper (Corporal Kelly, Jimmy's fight opponent), Brick Sullivan (policeman), Lurene Tuttle (Ethyl, the unemployment clerk), Ralph Volkie (Gruber's fight referee)

 

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The Air Force Combat Crew, Sinful Cynthia, and the Girl From Walla Walla

He held a loaded pistol to his wife’s head. He was screaming in fear, with a far-away look in his eyes. He was a war hero from World War Two, with severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, before there was a name for his illness, or any treatment for it.

But I am getting ahead of myself. This motion picture is a classic Romantic Comedy, full of jest, merriment, chaotic humor, and sweet, tender love. But the setting of the story, and the back-story of the leading lady, are both filled with memories of war.

At the age of nineteen, combat soldier Audie Murphy held an entire company of enemy soldiers from advancing for more than an hour. By the end of World War Two, he was the most decorated American soldier of the war.

After the war, Audie Murphy wanted to become a movie actor. He saw a magazine cover photo of actress Wanda Hendrix and was instantly in love. His acting mentor and friend James Cagney arranged for them to meet. They began dating, and wanted to get married, but Murphy’s parents made them both promise to date for a full two years before tying the knot.

On February 8, 1949, after two years of courtship, they were married. It was then, when they were together day and night, that she experienced Murphy’s terror filled moments of vivid war memories. Fourteen months later, just before beginning to work on this movie, their divorce was final. Wanda was very sympathetic to Audie Murphy’s problems but was unable to endure his terror filled episodes.

In this comic adventure, twenty-one-year-old Wanda Hendrix is Jean Madison, a twenty-two-year-old girl who worked for the Navy during the war. Edmond O’Brien and three of his buddies were an Air Force combat crew dropping bombs during the war. Now the war is over, and it is time for some fun, adventure, and yes, romance. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bob Rich and Garry Owen
Bob Rich and Garry Owen
Edmond O'Brien
Edmond O'Brien
Edmond O'Brien, Johnny Sands, Richard Erdman, Steve Brodie
Edmond O'Brien, Johnny Sands, Richard Erdman, Steve Brodie
Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix, Richard Lane
Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix, Richard Lane
Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix
Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix
Fred Essler
Fred Essler
Fred Essler, Edmond O'Brien
Fred Essler, Edmond O'Brien
Fred Essler, Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix
Fred Essler, Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix
Garry Owen
Garry Owen
Garry Owen
Garry Owen
Hillary Brooke, Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix
Hillary Brooke, Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix
Jack Roper
Jack Roper
Johnny Sands
Johnny Sands
Johnny Sands, Wanda Hendrix
Johnny Sands, Wanda Hendrix
Lurene Tuttle
Lurene Tuttle
Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee
Steve Brodie
Steve Brodie
Steve Brodie, Edmond O'Brien
Steve Brodie, Edmond O'Brien
Steve Brodie
Steve Brodie
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix, Edmond O'Brien
Wanda Hendrix, Edmond O'Brien
Wanda Hendrix and Frank Marlow
Wanda Hendrix and Frank Marlow
Wanda Hendrix, Johnny Sands
Wanda Hendrix, Johnny Sands
Wanda Hendrix, Steve Brodie
Wanda Hendrix, Steve Brodie
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix, Johnny Sands
Wanda Hendrix, Johnny Sands
Wanda Hendrix
Wanda Hendrix