Sergeant Mike

(1944)
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Overview

In this patriotic war drama, a soldier becomes quite upset when he is transferred from the highly coveted machine-gun unit to the canine corps. He begins to change his opinion when he learns that his army dog Mike was a gift from an 8-year-old whose father was killed in the war. Now the soldier becomes committed to training Mike into the best army dog there ever was.

  1. Henry Levin

    Director

  2. Robert Lee Johnson

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Larry Parks

    Larry Parks

    Pvt. Tom Allen

  2. Jeanne Bates

    Jeanne Bates

    Terry Arno

  3. Loren Tindall

    Loren Tindall

    Simms

  4. Jim Bannon

    Jim Bannon

    Lt. Patrick Henry

  5. Robert Williams

    Robert Williams

    Sgt. Rankin

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Sergeant Mike
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Status Released

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  • November 9, 1944
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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