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The Admiral Was a Lady [1950]

Director:Albert S. Rogell
Writer:John O'Dea
Sidney Salkow
Composer:Edward J. Kay
Length:83 minutes
(1 hour 23 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Suggested Event Use:Veterans Day
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:5.6/10
Amazon Rating:5.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: Ex-WAVE encounters four fun-loving, work-hating men, all of whom want to marry her. Too bad she's engaged.

Reaction: Interesting story and the characters have a certain charm.

Personal Rating: 7/10

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Albert S. Rogell => Director
John O'Dea => Writer
Sidney Salkow => Writer
Edward J. Kay => Composer
Eddie Kane => Drunk in Box Seat (uncredited)
Eddie Parks => First National Bank Teller (uncredited)
Edmond O'Brien => Jimmy Stevens
Fred Essler => Benny
Garry Owen => Watson Jones (private detective)
Hillary Brooke => Shirley Pedigrew
Jean Bane => Henry's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Johnny Sands => Eddie Hoff
Lurene Tuttle => Ethyl - Unemployment Clerk (uncredited)
Marvelle Andre => Pedigrew's Secretary (uncredited)
Phil Harron => Henry (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn => Mr. Bimble - Private Detective (uncredited)
Richard Erdman => Oliver 'Ollie' Bonelli
Richard Lane => Marty Gruber
Rudy Vallee => Peter Pedigrew
Sam Flint => Yacht Captain (uncredited)
Steve Brodie => Mike O'Halloran - Boxer
Wanda Hendrix => Jean Madison