In the Navy

THE FLEET'S ALL IN...Since Those Riotous "Buck Privates" Abbott and Costello Joined Up!

Genres: Comedy, Romance
Popular crooner Russ Raymond abandons his career at its peak and joins the Navy using an alias, Tommy Halstead. However, Dorothy Roberts, a reporter, discovers his identity and follows him in the hopes of photographing him and revealing his identity to the world. Aboard the Alabama, Tommy meets up with Smoky and Pomeroy, who help hide him from Dorothy, who hatches numerous schemes in an attempt to photograph Tommy/Russ being a sailor.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1941-05-30
Run time: 86 minute / 1:26
Director: Arthur Lubin
Writers: John Grant, Arthur T. Horman.
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



Bud Abbott
as Smokey Adams
Lou Costello
as Pomeroy Watson
Dick Powell
as Thomas Halstead
Claire Dodd
as Dorothy Roberts
Laverne Andrews
as Laverne Andrews
Maxene Andrews
as Maxene Andrews
Patty Andrews
as Patty Andrews
Dick Foran
as Dynamite Dugan
Billy Lenhart
as Butch
Kenneth Brown
as Buddy
Shemp Howard
as Dizzy
Nick Condos
as Dance Specialty
Steve Condos
as Dance Specialty
Richard Alexander
as Big Bruiser (uncredited)
Hooper Atchley
as Senate Committee Member (uncredited)
Lois Austin
as Secretary (uncredited)
Bobby Barber
as Sailor in Finale (uncredited)
John Barton
as Dance Hall Patron (uncredited)
Joe Bautista
as Captain's Mess Boy (uncredited)
Gary Breckner
as Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks
as Officer Dancer (uncredited)
Carole Costello
as Baby in Stroller (uncredited)
Richard Crane
as Office Boy (uncredited)
Harold Daniels
as Secretary (uncredited)
William B. Davidson
as Capt. Richards (uncredited)
Ray Dixon
as Sailor (uncredited)
Eddie Dunn
as Dance Hall Ticket Taker (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn
as Cop Who Gives Pomeroy a Ticket (uncredited)
Virginia Engels
as Office Secretary (uncredited)
Estelle Etterre
as Well-Dressed Woman (uncredited)
Jim Farley
as Policeman (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum
as Military Officer (uncredited)
Edward Fielding
as Commander Giving Speech (uncredited)
Pat Gleason
as Sentry (uncredited)
Eddie Hall
as Bare-Chested Sailor (uncredited)
Edna Hall
as Fat Woman (uncredited)
Thurston Hall
as Lead Senator (uncredited)
Barry Hays
as Sentry (uncredited)
Doris Herbert
as Mother in Audience (uncredited)
Shep Houghton
as Officer Dancer (uncredited)
J. Anthony Hughes
as Deck Officer With Megaphone (uncredited)
Lee Kass
as Dance Hall Bandleader (uncredited)
Robert Emmett Keane
as Mr. Travers (uncredited)
Lyle Latell
as Marine Sentry (uncredited)
Gayle Mellott
as Sophisticated Girl Blowing Kiss (uncredited)
Sandra Morgan
as Well-Dressed Woman (uncredited)
Chuck Morrison
as Dump Truck Driver (uncredited)
Jack Mulhall
as Lt. Scott (uncredited)
Patsy O'Byrne
as Old Maid (uncredited)
Sunnie O'Dea
as Dancer (uncredited)
Flower Parry
as Radio Program Audience Member (uncredited)
Regis Parton
as Sentry (uncredited)
Blanche Payson
as Hatchet-Faced Woman (uncredited)
Frank Penny
as Sailor in Deck-Cleaning Detail (uncredited)
Lorin Raker
as Small Complaining Husband (uncredited)
Bob Reeves
as Combative Civilian in Dance Hall (uncredited)
Jack Roper
as Sailor (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre
as Sailor (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock
as Marine (uncredited)
Mickey Simpson
as Combative Civilian in Dance Hall (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Chief Commissary Steward (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan
as Cop at Stage Door (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan
as Sailor (uncredited)
Ken Terrell
as Brawler in Dance Hall (uncredited)
Don Terry
as Reef (uncredited)
Frankie Van
as Sailor (uncredited)
Phil Warren
as Sailor (uncredited)
Claire Whitney
as Gushing Mother (uncredited)
Douglas Wood
as Admiral (uncredited)
Jack Otterson Art Direction

John Grant Screenplay

Arthur Lubin Director

Arthur T. Horman Screenplay
Arthur T. Horman Story

Charles Carroll Sound

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