Thousands Cheer

LOVE STORY of an army camp

Thousands Cheer (1943)

ComedyDramaMusicalRomance

Acrobat Eddie Marsh is in the army now. His first act is to become friendly with Kathryn Jones, the colonel's pretty daughter. Their romance hits a few snags, including disapproval from her father. Eddie's also plagued by fear of having an accident during his family's trapeze act in the army variety show, which also features a gallery of MGM stars.

Director: George Sidney
Writers: Paul Jarrico, Richard Collins.

Thousands Cheer Kickass
Release Date: 1943-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 125 min / 2:5
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America

Casts

Kathryn Grayson
as Kathryn Jones
Gene Kelly
as Private Eddie Marsh
Mary Astor
as Hyllary Jones
John Boles
as Colonel Bill Jones
Ben Blue
as Chuck Polansky
Frances Rafferty
as Marie Corbino
Mary Elliott
as Helen Corbino
Frank Jenks
as Sergeant Koslack
Frank Sully
as Alan
Dick Simmons
as Captain Fred Avery
Ben Lessy
as Silent Monk
Mickey Rooney
as Himself - Emcee at the Show
Judy Garland
as Judy Garland
Red Skelton
as Red Skelton
Eleanor Powell
as Eleanor Powell
Ann Sothern
as Ann Sothern
Lucille Ball
as Lucille Ball
Virginia O'Brien
as Virginia O'Brien
Frank Morgan
as Dr. Frank Morgan
Lena Horne
as Lena Horne
Marsha Hunt
as Marsha Hunt
Marilyn Maxwell
as Drug Store Clerk in Red Skelton Skit
Donna Reed
as Customer in Red Skelton Skit
Margaret O'Brien
as Customer in Red Skelton Skit
June Allyson
as June Allyson
Gloria DeHaven
as Gloria DeHaven
John Conte
as Dr. Conte in Frank Morgan Skit
Sara Haden
as Second Nurse in Frank Morgan Skit
Don Loper
as Don Loper
Maxine Barrat
as Maxine Barrat
Kay Kyser
as Kay Kyser
Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
as Bob Crosby Orchestra
Benny Carter
as Ben Carter
M-G-M Dancing Girls
as Dancers
José Iturbi
as José Iturbi
Bob Crosby
as Bob Crosby
Cyd Charisse
as Dancer in Don Loper Number (uncredited)
Natalie Draper
as Girl at Train Station (uncredited)
Henry O'Neill
as Captain in Frank Morgan Skit (uncredited)
Ray Teal
as Ringmaster at Circus (uncredited)

Crew

Writing Paul Jarrico Story
Writing Richard Collins Story
Writing Paul Jarrico Screenplay
Writing Richard Collins Screenplay
Directing George Sidney Director

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