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Sergeant York

Sergeant York (2024)
Sergeant York
7.2 from 10 with total 109 votes
134 minutes
Alvin York a hillbilly sharpshooter transforms himself from ruffian to religious pacifist. He is then called to serve his country and despite deep religious and moral objections to fighting becomes one of the most celebrated American heroes of WWI.

Gary Cooper character Alvin C. York

Walter Brennan character Pastor Rosier Pile

Joan Leslie character Gracie Williams

George Tobias character "Pusher" Ross

Stanley Ridges character Major Buxton

Margaret Wycherly character Mother York

Ward Bond character Ike Botkin

Noah Beery Jr. character Buck Lipscomb

June Lockhart character Rosie York

Dickie Moore character George York

Clem Bevans character Zeke

Howard Da Silva character Lem

Charles Trowbridge character Cordell Hull

Harvey Stephens character Captain Danforth

David Bruce character Bert Thomas

Carl Esmond character German Major

Joe Sawyer character Sergeant Early

Pat Flaherty character Sergeant Harry Parsons

Robert Porterfield character Zeb Andrews

Erville Alderson character Nate Tomkins

Murray Alper character But! Boy (uncredited)

Frank Faylen character But! Boy (uncredited)

James Anderson character Eb (uncredited)

Arthur Aylesworth character Marten - Bartender (uncredited)

Eugene Beday character Private (uncredited)

James Bush character Private (uncredited)

Victor Zimmerman character Private (uncredited)

Sonny Bupp character Boy in Sunday School (uncredited)

Sammy McKim character Boy (uncredited)

Nat Carr character Reporter (uncredited)

John Dilson character Reporter (uncredited)

Eddie Graham character Reporter (uncredited)

Al Lloyd character Reporter (uncredited)

Frank Mayo character Reporter (uncredited)

Jack Mower character Reporter (uncredited)

Lucia Carroll character Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Rita La Roy character Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Kay Sutton character Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Lane Chandler character Corporal Savage (uncredited)

Jack Pennick character Corporal Cutting (uncredited)

Elisha Cook Jr. character Piano Player (uncredited)

Clyde Cook character Cockney Soldier (uncredited)

Will Stanton character Cockney Soldier (uncredited)

Ray Cooke character Orderly (uncredited)

Paul Phillips character Orderly (uncredited)

Roger Creed character Motorcycle Soldier (uncredited)

Jean Del Val character Marshal Foch (uncredited)

Donald Douglas character Captain Tillman (uncredited)

Charles Drake character Scorer (uncredited)

Steve Pendleton character Scorer (uncredited)

Roland Drew character Officer (uncredited)

William Forrest character Officer (uncredited)

Arno Frey character German Soldier (uncredited)

Rolf Lindau character German Soldier (uncredited)

Sigfrid Tor character German Soldier (uncredited)

William Yetter Sr. character German Soldier (uncredited)

Frederick Giermann character German Lieutenant (uncredited)

Jody Gilbert character Fat Woman (uncredited)

Joseph W. Girard character General John J. Pershing (uncredited)

Russell Hicks character General (uncredited)

Selmer Jackson character General Duncan (uncredited)

Kit Guard character Soldier on Rifle Range (uncredited)

Ted Mapes character Soldier in Trench (uncredited)

William Haade character Card Player (uncredited)

Creighton Hale character Associated Press Man (uncredited)

Henry Hall character Mountaineer (uncredited)

Frank McGlynn Sr. character Mountaineer (uncredited)

Charles Middleton character Mountaineer (uncredited)

Herbert Heywood character Man at Church (uncredited)

Si Jenks character Man at Church (uncredited)

Robert Milasch character Man at Church (uncredited)

Eddy Waller character Man at Church (uncredited)

George Irving character Harrison (uncredited)

Jane Isbell character Gracie's Sister (uncredited)

Edward Keane character Oscar of the Waldorf (uncredited)

Victor Kilian character Andrews (uncredited)

Joe King character Draft Board Chairman (uncredited)

Frank Marlowe character Beardsley (uncredited)

Tully Marshall character Uncle Lige (uncredited)

Patrick McVey character Spoldier (uncredited)

Wallace Scott character Spoldier (uncredited)

Frank Orth character Drummer (uncredited)

William Phillips character Sergeant (uncredited)

Harry Strang character Sergeant (uncredited)

Pat West character Sergeant (uncredited)

Frank Wilcox character Sergeant (uncredited)

Walter Sande character Sergeant on March (uncredited)

Mickey Rentschler character Zeb's Brother (uncredited)

Dick Simmons character Marching Soldier (uncredited)

Ray Teal character Marching Soldier (uncredited)

Gig Young character Marching Soldier (uncredited)

Edwin Stanley character Editor (uncredited)

Theodore von Eltz character Prison Camp Commander (uncredited)

Lee "Lasses" White character Luke - Target Keeper (uncredited)

Guy Wilkerson character Tom (uncredited)

Tom Wilson character Turkey Shoot Participant (uncredited)

Douglas Wood character Major Hylan (uncredited)