Submarine Command

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  • NR
  • Genre(s): War Drama
  • Release year: 1951
  • Running time: 87 min
Submarine Command is a 1951 American war film starring William Holden, Don Taylor, Nancy Olson, William Bendix, and Darryl Hickman, directed by John Farrow. The movie is notable for being one of the first to touch on post traumatic stress disorder. read more

Submarine Command is a 1951 American war film starring William Holden, Don Taylor, Nancy Olson, William Bendix, and Darryl Hickman, directed by John Farrow. The movie is notable for being one of the first to touch on post traumatic stress disorder. William Holden had put $20,000 of his own money into the film. The film was panned by critics for its brooding melodrama.

Original Release

11/01/1951

US Release

11/01/1951

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Cast

William Holden Lt. Cmdr. Ken White
Nancy Olson Carol
William Bendix CPO Boyer
Don Taylor Lt. Cmdr. Peter Morris
Arthur Franz Lt. Arnie Carlson
Darryl Hickman Ens. Jack Wheelwright
Peggy Webber Mrs. Alice Rice
Moroni Olsen Rear Adm. Joshua Rice
Jack Gregson Cmdr. Joshua Rice
Jack Kelly Lt. Paul Barton
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

John Farrow

Writers

Jonathan Latimer

Cast

William Holden Lt. Cmdr. Ken White
Nancy Olson Carol
William Bendix CPO Boyer
Don Taylor Lt. Cmdr. Peter Morris
Arthur Franz Lt. Arnie Carlson
Darryl Hickman Ens. Jack Wheelwright
Peggy Webber Mrs. Alice Rice
Moroni Olsen Rear Adm. Joshua Rice
Jack Gregson Cmdr. Joshua Rice
Jack Kelly Lt. Paul Barton
Don Dunning Quartermaster Perkins
Jerry Paris Sgt. Gentry
Charles Meredith Adm. Tobias
Philip Van Zandt Gavin
Gordon Polk Ralph
Walter Reed Chief O'Flynn
George D. Wallace Chief Herb Bixby
Harold Fong
John Close Frogman / Frogman (as John V. Close)
Leslye Banning Mrs. Barton

Producers

John Farrow Executive Producer
Joseph Sistrom Producer

Editors

Eda Warren

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