French Leave

(1948)
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Overview

Merchant seaman Skitch Kilroy (Jackie Cooper) and "Pappy" Reagan (Jackie Coogan)arrive in Marseilles, eager to resume their combative rivalry for Mimi. But they are ordered by their skipper Muldoon (Ralph Sanford) to remain on board and guard against theft of foodstuffs by a black market gang.

  1. Jameson Brewer

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Frank McDonald

    Director

  3. Jack Rubin

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jackie Cooper

    Jackie Cooper

    Skitch Kilroy

  2. Jackie Coogan

    Jackie Coogan

    Pappy Reagan

  3. Renee Godfrey

    Renee Godfrey

    Mimi

  4. Ralph Sanford

    Ralph Sanford

    Skipper Muldoon

  5. Robin Raymond

    Robin Raymond

    Simone

Full Cast & Crew

French Leave
French Leave

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Status Released

Release Information

  • April 10, 1948
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 3m

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