Starring Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, Bobs Watson, Larry Nunn, Darryl Hickman and Henry O'Neill, «Men of Boys Town» (also known as "Uomini della cittą dei ragazzi, Gli", "Das sind Kerle") is a Drama film directed by Norman Taurog, and written by James Kevin McGuinness, released in the USA on April 10 of 1941.
Directed byNorman TaurogScreenplayJames Kevin McGuinnessProducerJohn W. Considine Jr.
Who is the director of "Men of Boys Town"?
Norman Taurog was an American director, and actor.
Taurog was 42 years old when "Men of Boys Town" was released in 1941.
Norman Taurog has directed movies such as "Onionhead", released in 1958, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"(1938), "Please Believe Me"(1950), "In Holland"(1929), "Design for Scandal"(1941), and "The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown"(1957).
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What was the release date of "Men of Boys Town"?
"Men of Boys Town" was first released in the United States on Thursday, April 10, 1941. Other films released on Thursday, April 10, 1941 are "The Great Swindle" (dir. Lewis D. Collins) and "Two Gun Sheriff" (dir. George Sherman)
Release date in the United States:
- Thursday, April 10, 1941
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|Sound mix||:||Mono (Western Electric Sound System)|
|Soundtrack||:||Gloria, In Excelsius Deo - Traditional Christmas song Played and sung by the St. Luke's Choristers during the opening credits Reprised at Beau Hunk's funeral|
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow - Traditional Played by the boys' band and sung by the St. Luke's Choristers when Dave Morris returns
The Notre Dame Victory March - Written by 'John F. Shea' and 'Michael J. Shea ' Part of the score when Father Flanagan talks to Ted about football
Auld Lang Syne - Scottish traditional music Lyrics by 'Robert Burns (V)' Played by the boys' band and sung by the St. Luke's Choristers when Whitey leaves Boys Town
Long, Long Ago - (1883) Written by 'Thomas Haynes Bayley' Played as background music when Father Flanagan is about to lose Boys Town
Taps - Written by 'General Daniel Butterfield' Lyrics anonymous Played on a bugle by 'Bobs Watson' and by the boys' band and Sung by the St. Luke's Choristers at Beau Hunk's burial
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|Runtime||:||1h 46min (106min)|