Parachute Battalion - Cast

Cast

  • Robert Preston as Donald Morse
  • Nancy Kelly as Kit Richards
  • Edmond O'Brien as Bill Burke
  • Harry Carey as Bill Richards
  • Buddy Ebsen as Jeff Hollis
  • Paul Kelly as Tex
  • Richard Cromwell as Spence
  • Robert Barrat as Col. Burke
  • Edward Fielding as Chief of Infantry
  • Erville Alderson as Pa Hollis
  • Selmer Jackson as Thomas Morse
  • Grant Withers as Captain

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