Anchors AweighAnchors Aweigh (1945) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film
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- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Jerry, Tom.
- Live-Action Characters: Clarence "Brooklyn" Doolittle, Susan Abbott, Joseph Brady, José Iturbi, Donald Martin, Girl from Brooklyn, Police Sergeant, Cafe Manager, Admiral Hammond, Carlos, Police Captain, Bertram Kraler, Commander, Little Girl Beggar, Radio Cop, Studio Cop, Hamburger Man, Jose Iturbi's Assistant.
- Vocal Talent: Sara Berner (Jerry).
Vocal Talent, Live-Action: Frank Sinatra (Clarence "Brooklyn" Doolittle), Kathryn Grayson (Susan Abbott), Gene Kelly (Joseph Brady), José Iturbi (Himself), Dean Stockwell (Donald Martin), Pamela Britton (Girl from Brooklyn), Rags Ragland (Police Sergeant), Billy Gilbert (Cafe Manager), Henry O'Neill (Admiral Hammond), Carlos Ramírez (Carlos), Edgar Kennedy (Police Captain), Grady Sutton (Bertram Kraler), Leon Ames (Commander), Sharon McManus (Little Girl Beggar), James Flavin (Radio Cop), James Burke (Studio Cop), Henry Armetta (Hamburger Man), Chester Clute (Jose Iturbi's Assistant).
- Directed By George Sidney.
- Produced By Joe Pasternak.
- Animated By Ken Muse, Ray Patterson, Ed Barge.
Animation Directors: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
- Written By Isobel Lennart.
Story: Natalie Marcin.
- Edited By Adrienne Fazan.
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