So Proudly We Hail

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During the start of the Pacific campaign in World War II, Lieutenant Janet Davidson (Claudette Colbert) is the head of a group of U.S. military nurses who are trapped behind enemy lines in the Philippines. Davidson tries to keep up the spirits of her staff, which includes Lieutenants Joan O'Doul (Paulette Goddard) and Olivia D'Arcy (Veronica Lake). They all seek to maintain a sense of normal life, including dating, while under constant danger as they tend to wounded soldiers.

Cast

Claudette Colbert
as Lt. Janet Davidson
Paulette Goddard
as Lt. Joan O'Doul
Veronica Lake
as Lt. Olivia D'Arcy
George Reeves
as Lt. John Summers
Barbara Britton
as Lt. Rosemary Larson
Walter Abel
as Chaplain
Mary Servoss
as Capt. `Ma' McGregor
Ted Hecht
as Dr. Jose Bardia
John Litel
as Dr. Harrison
Mary Treen
as Lt. Sadie Schwartz
Kitty Kelly
as Lt. Ethel Armstrong
Helen Lynd
as Lt. Elsie Bollenbacher
Adrian Booth
as Lt. Tony Dacolli
Dorothy Adams
as Lt. Irma Emerson
Ann Doran
as Lt. Betty Peterson
Jean Willes
as Lt. Carol Johnson
Lynn Walker
as Lt. Fay Leonard
Joan Tours
as Lt. Margaret Stevenson
Jan Wiley
as Lt. Lynne Hopkins
James Bell
as Col. White
Dick Hogan
as Flight Lt. Archie McGregor
Bill Goodwin
as Capt. O'Rourke
James Flavin
as Capt. O'Brien
Victor Kilian
as Corporal
Byron Foulger
as Mr. Larson
Elsa Janssen
as Mrs. Larson
Richard Crane
as Georgie Larson
Boyd Davis
as Col. Mason
Will Wright
as Col. Clark
James Millican
as Young ensign
Damian O'Flynn
as 1st young doctor
Roy Gordon
as Ship's captain
Jack Luden
as Steward
Harry Strang
as Maj. Arthur
Eddie Dew
as Capt. Lawrence
Isabel Cooper
as Filipino Nurse
Amparo Antenercruz
as Filipino Nurse
Linda Brent
as Filipino Nurse
Hank Worden
as Soldier on Troop Ship
Hugh Prosser
as Captain
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Critic Reviews for So Proudly We Hail!

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  • Paramount went out of its way to deglamorize its stars, Claudette Colbert, Veronica Lake and Paulette Goddard as WWII army nurses, but even by the era's standards this well-intentioned tribute was fake, prompting critic James Agee's nasty review.

    June 8, 2007 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…
  • Creates real tension, and as long as you can live with 1940s-style special effects, this is a reasonably effective war movie from the unique perspective of army nurses.

    May 21, 2007 | Rating: 71/100

Audience Reviews for So Proudly We Hail!

  • Feb 05, 2009
    Three words: Claudette Colbert, Veronica Lake & Paulette Goddard. Oh wait, that's six words (seven if you count the "&"). Gloriously sentimental and probably the most patriotic film I've ever seen.
    Randy T Super Reviewer
  • Aug 11, 2008
    Ultra patriotic look at women at war in WWII. Veronica is tough as nails.
    jay n Super Reviewer

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