Sergeant York (1941)
Original U.S. Lobby Card
(11" x 14")
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IMDb ID: tt0034167 | Location: LC51
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Alvin York a hillbilly sharpshooter transforms himself from ruffian to religious pacifist. He is then called to serve his country and despite deep religious and moral objections to fighting becomes one of the most celebrated American heroes of WWI.
The cast includes: Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, Joan Leslie, George Tobias, Stanley Ridges, Margaret Wycherly, Ward Bond, Noah Beery Jr., June Lockhart, Dickie Moore, Clem Bevans, Howard Da Silva, Charles Trowbridge, Harvey Stephens, David Bruce, Carl Esmond, Joe Sawyer, Pat Flaherty, Robert Porterfield, Erville Alderson, Murray Alper, Frank Faylen, James Anderson, Arthur Aylesworth, Eugene Beday, James Bush, Victor Zimmerman, Sonny Bupp, Sammy McKim, Nat Carr, John Dilson, Eddie Graham, Al Lloyd, Frank Mayo, Jack Mower, Lucia Carroll, Rita La Roy, Kay Sutton, Lane Chandler, Jack Pennick, Elisha Cook Jr., Clyde Cook, Will Stanton, Ray Cooke, Paul Phillips, Roger Creed, Jean Del Val, Donald Douglas, Charles Drake, Steve Pendleton, Roland Drew, William Forrest, Arno Frey, Rolf Lindau, Sigfrid Tor, William Yetter Sr., Frederick Giermann, Jody Gilbert, Joseph W. Girard, Russell Hicks, Selmer Jackson, Kit Guard, Ted Mapes, William Haade, Creighton Hale, Henry Hall, Frank McGlynn Sr., Charles Middleton, Herbert Heywood, Si Jenks, Robert Milasch, Eddy Waller, George Irving, Jane Isbell, Edward Keane, Victor Kilian, Joe King, Frank Marlowe, Tully Marshall, Patrick McVey, Wallace Scott, Frank Orth, William Phillips, Harry Strang, Pat West, Frank Wilcox, Walter Sande, Mickey Rentschler, Dick Simmons, Ray Teal, Gig Young, Edwin Stanley, Theodore von Eltz, Lee “Lasses” White, Guy Wilkerson, Tom Wilson, Douglas Wood
Directed by: Howard Hawks