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Al Schmid is a happy go lucky guy in Philadephia in 1941. He likes his life, despite his landlady's attempts to get him married off. One day he meets Ruth and she steals his heart. Pearl Harbor changes all their lives, as Al joins the Marines. His unit defeats a japanese attempt to retake gualcanal, but he is blinded in the action. Al has to struggle to adjust to life as a blind man and he breaks up with Ruth, but with the help of a red cross worker, his best friend Lee Diamond , he sees that his sacrifice was not in vain and he and Ruth are reunited

  1. Delmer Daves

    Director

  2. Albert Maltz

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. John Garfield

    John Garfield

    Albert Schmid

  2. Eleanor Parker

    Eleanor Parker

    Ruth Hartley

  3. Dane Clark

    Dane Clark

    Lee Diamond

  4. John Ridgely

    John Ridgely

    Jim Merchant

  5. Rosemary DeCamp

    Rosemary DeCamp

    Virginia Pfeiffer

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Pride of the Marines
Pride of the Marines

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  • August 24, 1945
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 59m

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