Sergeant York

Missiles! Jets! Tanks! ... It's still the guy with guts and a gun who wins the war!

Categories: Drama, History, War
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.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1941-07-02
Run time: 134 minute / 2:14
Budget: $1,400,000
Revenue: $16,361,885
Director: Howard Hawks
Writers: Howard Koch, John Huston, Abem Finkel, Harry Chandlee.
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Gary Cooper
as Alvin C. York
Walter Brennan
as Pastor Rosier Pile
Joan Leslie
as Gracie Williams
George Tobias
as "Pusher" Ross
Stanley Ridges
as Major Buxton
Margaret Wycherly
as Mother York
Ward Bond
as Ike Botkin
Noah Beery Jr.
as Buck Lipscomb
June Lockhart
as Rosie York
Dickie Moore
as George York
Clem Bevans
as Zeke
Howard Da Silva
as Lem
Charles Trowbridge
as Cordell Hull
Harvey Stephens
as Captain Danforth
David Bruce
as Bert Thomas
Carl Esmond
as German Major
Joe Sawyer
as Sergeant Early
Pat Flaherty
as Sergeant Harry Parsons
Robert Porterfield
as Zeb Andrews
Erville Alderson
as Nate Tomkins
Murray Alper
as But! Boy (uncredited)
Frank Faylen
as But! Boy (uncredited)
James Anderson
as Eb (uncredited)
Arthur Aylesworth
as Marten - Bartender (uncredited)
Eugene Beday
as Private (uncredited)
James Bush
as Private (uncredited)
Victor Zimmerman
as Private (uncredited)
Sonny Bupp
as Boy in Sunday School (uncredited)
Sammy McKim
as Boy (uncredited)
Nat Carr
as Reporter (uncredited)
John Dilson
as Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Graham
as Reporter (uncredited)
Al Lloyd
as Reporter (uncredited)
Frank Mayo
as Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Mower
as Reporter (uncredited)
Lucia Carroll
as Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Rita La Roy
as Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Kay Sutton
as Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Lane Chandler
as Corporal Savage (uncredited)
Jack Pennick
as Corporal Cutting (uncredited)
Elisha Cook Jr.
as Piano Player (uncredited)
Clyde Cook
as Cockney Soldier (uncredited)
Will Stanton
as Cockney Soldier (uncredited)
Ray Cooke
as Orderly (uncredited)
Paul Phillips
as Orderly (uncredited)
Roger Creed
as Motorcycle Soldier (uncredited)
Jean Del Val
as Marshal Foch (uncredited)
Donald Douglas
as Captain Tillman (uncredited)
Charles Drake
as Scorer (uncredited)
Steve Pendleton
as Scorer (uncredited)
Roland Drew
as Officer (uncredited)
William Forrest
as Officer (uncredited)
Arno Frey
as German Soldier (uncredited)
Rolf Lindau
as German Soldier (uncredited)
Sigfrid Tor
as German Soldier (uncredited)
William Yetter Sr.
as German Soldier (uncredited)
Frederick Giermann
as German Lieutenant (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert
as Fat Woman (uncredited)
Joseph W. Girard
as General John J. Pershing (uncredited)
Russell Hicks
as General (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson
as General Duncan (uncredited)
Kit Guard
as Soldier on Rifle Range (uncredited)
Ted Mapes
as Soldier in Trench (uncredited)
William Haade
as Card Player (uncredited)
Creighton Hale
as Associated Press Man (uncredited)
Henry Hall
as Mountaineer (uncredited)
Frank McGlynn Sr.
as Mountaineer (uncredited)
Charles Middleton
as Mountaineer (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood
as Man at Church (uncredited)
Si Jenks
as Man at Church (uncredited)
Robert Milasch
as Man at Church (uncredited)
Eddy Waller
as Man at Church (uncredited)
George Irving
as Harrison (uncredited)
Jane Isbell
as Gracie's Sister (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Oscar of the Waldorf (uncredited)
Victor Kilian
as Andrews (uncredited)
Joe King
as Draft Board Chairman (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe
as Beardsley (uncredited)
Tully Marshall
as Uncle Lige (uncredited)
Patrick McVey
as Spoldier (uncredited)
Wallace Scott
as Spoldier (uncredited)
Frank Orth
as Drummer (uncredited)
William Phillips
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Pat West
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Frank Wilcox
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Walter Sande
as Sergeant on March (uncredited)
Mickey Rentschler
as Zeb's Brother (uncredited)
Dick Simmons
as Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Ray Teal
as Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Gig Young
as Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley
as Editor (uncredited)
Theodore von Eltz
as Prison Camp Commander (uncredited)
Lee "Lasses" White
as Luke - Target Keeper (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson
as Tom (uncredited)
Tom Wilson
as Turkey Shoot Participant (uncredited)
Douglas Wood
as Major Hylan (uncredited)
Camera
Arthur Edeson Additional Photography

Art
Harper Goff Set Designer

Sound
Max Steiner Original Music Composer

Production
Hal B. Wallis Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Perc Westmore Makeup Artist

Writing
Howard Koch Screenplay

Directing
Howard Hawks Director

Production
Howard Hawks Producer

Writing
John Huston Screenplay

Sound
Oliver S. Garretson Sound

Crew
Ted Mapes Stunts

Costume & Make-Up
Al Greenway Makeup Artist

Sound
Hugo Friedhofer Orchestrator

Art
Fred M. MacLean Set Decoration

Crew
Don Siegel Second Unit

Sound
Leo F. Forbstein Music Director

Camera
Sol Polito Director of Photography

Directing
Vincent Sherman Special Guest Director

Editing
Thomas Reilly Assistant Editor

Writing
Abem Finkel Screenplay

Production
Eric Stacey Unit Manager

Editing
William Holmes Editor

Writing
Harry Chandlee Screenplay

Crew
Roger Creed Stunts
Slim Talbot Stand In

Production
Jesse L. Lasky Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Ern Westmore Makeup Artist

Art
John Hughes Art Direction

Writing
Alvin C. York Writer

Costume & Make-Up
Eugene Joseff Costume Design

Crew
William Yetter Sr. Technical Advisor
Jack McConaghy Property Master
George Bookasta Stand In

Directing
Jack Sullivan Assistant Director

Camera
Harold Noyes Grip

Directing
John Prettyman Assistant Director

Camera
Mac Julian Still Photographer

Writing
Tom Skeyhill Story Editor

Crew
Donoho Hall Technical Advisor
Paul Walters Technical Advisor





















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