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G.I. Jane (1951)

Passed | | Musical | 6 July 1951 (USA)
A civilian, ordered to report to his draft board, slips off into a dream about the army life ahead of him. He is assigned to a remote desert post where the soldiers crave female ... See full summary »

Director:

Reginald Le Borg

Writers:

Murray Lerner (story), Henry Blankfort (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Porter ... Jan Smith
Tom Neal ... Timothy R. 'Tim' Rawlings
Iris Adrian ... Lt. Adrian
Jimmie Dodd ... SSgt. Tennessee Jones (as Jimmy Dood)
Jean Mahoney Jean Mahoney ... Hilda Beck (as Jeanne Mahoney)
Jimmy Lloyd ... Lt. B.B. Bradford (as Jimmie Lloyd)
Mara Lynn Mara Lynn ... Pvt. Pilsnick
Michael Whalen ... Maj. James Simpkins
Bobby Watson ... Colonel
Phil Arnold ... Mousey
Jimmy Cross Jimmy Cross ... Winkie
Allan Ray Allan Ray ... Chuck (as Alan Ray)
Richard Monahan Richard Monahan ... Tired Pfc.
Jean Coleman Jean Coleman ... Member, WAC Quartet
Amie Bates Amie Bates ... Member, WAC Quartet
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Storyline

A civilian, ordered to report to his draft board, slips off into a dream about the army life ahead of him. He is assigned to a remote desert post where the soldiers crave female companionship. He forges orders that brings a platoon of WACs who are forbidden to fraternize with the soldiers. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Everybody's Shouting... G.I. Love That... [G.I. Jane] See more »

Genres:

Musical

Certificate:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 July 1951 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Here Today and Gone Tomorrow
Written by Lew Porter and Teepee Mitchell
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A rare oddity
22 January 2007 | by wbrasle-1See all my reviews

This independent film was a late night favorite in St. Louis in the '50s. It is rudimentary but fun with odd little songs, a wandering plot and everyone trying to create the best humor and spirit possible. The most famous line from the film is "Trucking, trucking" but you'd have to see the movie to get what that was all about. I actually have "G.I.Jane" on videotape, copied from a telecast. What's most interesting about this film is it sort of looks like a television show, yet it is a full production of realistic sets and costumes and scoring. I've always wondered if it actually played anywhere. I do know in 1950s St. Louis it was a favorite.


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