Call Me Mister

1951

Call Me Mister

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This musical features large Busby Berkeley dance numbers and is loosely based on a Broadway revue set during the Korean War. A female entertainer works in a USO show in Japan finds herself bedeviled by her estranged husband, also an entertainer stationed in Asia. The husband really wants her back and to do so, fakes documents so that he can remain in her camp and direct her latest show.

Cast

Dan Dailey
as Sgt. Shep Dooley
Betty Grable
as Kay Hudson
Danny Thomas
as Pfc. Stanley Poppopolis
Dale Robertson
as Capt. Johnny Comstock
Benay Venuta
as Billie Barton
Richard Boone
as Mess Sergeant
Harry von Zell
as Gen. Steele
Robert Ellis
as Ackerman
Lou Spencer
as Dunhill Dance Team
Art Stanley
as Dunhill Dance Team
Bob Roberts
as Dunhill Dance Team
Tommy Bond
as Little soldier
Frank Clark
as Big Soldier
Bobby Short
as Specialty singer
Fred Libby
as General's aide
Ken Christy
as Chief of Staff
Russ Conway
as Maj. McCall
Robert E. Scott
as Aide to Chief of Staff
Dabbs Greer
as Aide to Colonel
Mack Williams
as Col. Edwards
Maylia
as Kimona Sales Girl
Steve Clark
as Lieutenant
Robert Easton
as Tennessee
John McKee
as Army Clerk
Robert Rockwell
as First Sergeant
Paul Burke
as Soldier
John McGuire
as Military Police Lieutenant
Jack Kelly
as Soldier
Malia
as Kimona Sales Girl
John R. McKee
as Army clerk
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