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  1. Francis Joins the WACS: Directed by Arthur Lubin. With Donald O'Connor, Julie Adams, Chill Wills, Mamie Van Doren. Peter Stirling (with his old friend the talking mule) is recalled to active the WACs!

    • (455)
    • Comedy, Family, Fantasy
    • Arthur Lubin
    • 1954-07-30
  2. Francis Joins the WACS is a 1954 American black-and-white comedy film from Universal-International, produced by Ted Richmond, directed by Arthur Lubin and starring Donald O'Connor, Julie Adams, ZaSu Pitts, Mamie Van Doren and Chill Wills in two roles, including that of the distinctive voice of Francis in voice-over .

    • $1.9 million (US and Canada rental)
  3. Francis Joins the WACS ist ein Fantasyfilm aus dem Jahr 1954 von Arthur Lubin mit Donald O'Connor und Julie Adams. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Francis Joins the WACS....

  4. 6. Apr. 2024 · 0:00 / 1:34:41. "Francis Joins the WACS" is a 1954 American black-and-white comedy film produced by Ted Richmond for Universal-International. Directed by Arthur Lubin, the f...

    • 95 Min.
    • 3
    • The Classical Hollywood Cinema
  5. 14. Mai 2020 · Hey lovelies! So sadly I just got a copyright Strike and so now if I get a third one they will shut down my channel... So I will be deleting those popular mo...

    • 95 Min.
    • 722,9K
    • Make 'Em Laugh
  6. Synopsis. In the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., a computer reclassifies veterans into new miltary assignments. A few days later, bank employee and former lieutenant Peter Sterling reacts with panic to the news that he has been recalled into the Army.

  7. 3. Jan. 2016 · NR 07/30/1954 (US) Comedy , Fantasy 1h 35m. User. Score. What's your Vibe ? THE FUNNIEST NEW COMEDY IDEA IN YEARS! Overview. Peter Stirling (with his old friend the talking mule) is recalled to active the WACs! David Stern. Characters. Arthur Lubin. Director. James B. Allardice. Screenplay. Devery Freeman. Screenplay. Herbert Baker. Story