Fighter Squadron

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Fighter Squadron is a 1948 American Technicolor war film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Edmond O'Brien as a maverick World War II fighter pilot, with featured performances by Robert Stack and John Rodney.

Fighter Squadron is a 1948 American Technicolor war film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Edmond O'Brien as a maverick World War II fighter pilot, with featured performances by Robert Stack and John Rodney.

Original Release

11/27/1948

US Release

11/27/1948

Cast

Robert Stack Capt. Stuart L. Hamilton
Edmond O'Brien Maj Ed Hardin
Henry Hull Brig. Gen. Mike McCready
Tom D'Andrea Sgt. James F. Dolan
John Rodney Col. William 'Bill' Brickley
Rock Hudson 2nd Lt
Jack Larson Lt. 'Shorty' Kirk
Shepperd Strudwick Brig. Gen. Mel Gilbert
Walter Reed Capt. Duke Chappell
James Holden Lt. Tennessee Atkins
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Raoul Walsh

Writers

Seton I. Miller, Martin Rackin

Cast

Robert Stack Capt. Stuart L. Hamilton
Edmond O'Brien Maj Ed Hardin
Henry Hull Brig. Gen. Mike McCready
Tom D'Andrea Sgt. James F. Dolan
John Rodney Col. William 'Bill' Brickley
Rock Hudson 2nd Lt
Jack Larson Lt. 'Shorty' Kirk
Shepperd Strudwick Brig. Gen. Mel Gilbert
Walter Reed Capt. Duke Chappell
James Holden Lt. Tennessee Atkins
Arthur Space Maj. Sanford
Bill McLean Pvt. Wilbur (as William McLean)
Mickey McCardle Jacobs
Jeff Richards Captain (scenes deleted) (as Richard Taylor)
Rory Mallinson Guard (scenes deleted)

Producers

Editors

Christian Nyby

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