For the Boys
For the Boys

Storyline

On a USO tour during World War II, entertainer Eddie Sparks needs a partner to round out his act. Soon after hiring performer Dixie Leonard, Eddie decides he wants her out of the show — mostly because she upstages him. Dixie is close to leaving of her own accord, but her uncle, Art Silver, convinces her to stay. As the years and wars go by, Eddie and Dixie experience a tumultuous relationship onstage and off while they continue the act for the troops.
    Released
    11/22/1991
    Runtime
    2h 18min
    Director
    Budget
    $40,000,000
    Revenue
    $23,202,444
    Genre
    Status
    Released
    Language
    English
    Production
    All Girl Productions, 20th Century Fox
Cast
Bette Midler
Bette Midler
Dixie Leonard
James Caan
James Caan
Eddie Sparks
George Segal
George Segal
Art Silver
Patrick O'Neal
Patrick O'Neal
Shephard
Christopher Rydell
Christopher Rydell
Danny Leonard
Arye Gross
Arye Gross
Jeff Brooks
Norman Fell
Norman Fell
Sam Schiff
Rosemary Murphy
Rosemary Murphy
Luanna Trott
Bud Yorkin
Bud Yorkin
Phil
Dori Brenner
Dori Brenner
Loretta
Jack Sheldon
Jack Sheldon
Wally Fields
Karen Martin
Victoria Lee
Shannon Wilcox
Shannon Wilcox
Margaret Sparks
Michael Greene
Michael Greene
Maj. Gen. Scott
Melissa Manchester
Corrine
Steven Kampmann
Steven Kampmann
Stan Newman
Richard Portnow
Richard Portnow
Milt, Recording Studio
Pattie Darcy
Myra, Recording Studio
Beau Dremann
Beau Dremann
Army Messenger, Recording Studio
Jameson Rodgers
Danny Leonard (at 4), Recording Studio
Gary Gershaw
Stage Manager, England
Jim Raposa
Dancing Airman, England
Patrick White
Audience Airman, England
Christopher Kaufman
Band Person, England
James Patrick
Captain, England
Christopher Wilkinson
Christopher Wilkinson
Niles LaGuardia, New York
Andrew Bilgore
Andrew Bilgore
Nervous Production Assistant, New York
Brandon Call
Brandon Call
Danny Leonard (at 12), New York
Hayley Carr
Ann Sparks, New York
Kimberly Ann Evans
Kate Sparks, New York
Kelly Noonan
Kelly Noonan
Merry Sparks, New York
John O'Leary
John O'Leary
T.V. Censor, New York
Stewart J. Zully
Stewart J. Zully
T.V. Stage Manager, New York
Deborah Stern
Showgirl, New York
Heidi Sorenson
Heidi Sorenson
Showgirl, New York
Bruce Gray
Bruce Gray
Sponsor #1, New York
Richardson Morse
Sponsor #2, New York
Matthew Faison
Matthew Faison
Sponsor #3, New York
Carey Eidel
Carey Eidel
Green Room Page, New York
Richard Hochberg
Merrill, New York
Andy Milder
Andy Milder
Dressing Room Page, New York
Thom Adcox-Hernandez
Thom Adcox-Hernandez
Wounded Marine, Korea
Andrew Lauer
Andrew Lauer
Corpsman on Battlefield, Korea
Billy Bob Thornton
Billy Bob Thornton
Marine Sergeant, Korea
John Doolittle
John Doolittle
Capt. Donelson, Korea
Sal Landi
Sal Landi
Marine Driver, Korea
John Ruskin
Marine Who Stops Trucks, Korea
Marc Poppel
Corpsman at MASH, Korea
Gabriel Bologna
Marine at MASH, Korea
Tamaki Kawakubo
Violinist, Japan
Mark Roberts
Mark Roberts
Vice Admiral, Japan
Robert Clotworthy
Robert Clotworthy
Navy Commander, Japan
Tony Pierce
Tony Pierce
Major at Firebase, Vietnam
Xander Berkeley
Xander Berkeley
Roberts, Vietnam
Maia Winters
Janie, Vietnam
D. David Morin
D. David Morin
Cameraman, Vietnam
Walter C. Miller
Walter C. Miller
T.V. Director, Awards T.V. Show
David Selburg
David Selburg
Assistant Director, Awards T.V. Show
Alan Haufrect
Alan Haufrect
Technical Director, Awards T.V. Show
Annie Prager
Associate Producer, Awards T.V. Show
Barry Michlin
Executive Producer, Awards T.V. Show
Sherlynn Hicks
Teleprompter Operator, Awards T.V. Show
Maggie Wagner
Maggie Wagner
Stan's Assistant, Awards T.V. Show
Leonard Gaines
Leonard Gaines
Lou Presti, Awards T.V. Show
David Bowe
David Bowe
Photographer, Awards T.V. Show
Morgan Ames
Awards Conductor, Awards T.V. Show
William Marquez
William Marquez
Caretaker
Fred Parnes
Fred Parnes
Jeep Driver
Esther Jacobs
Ida Silver
Garrison M. Singer
Commander at Citadel
Connie Chambers
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Janice Cronkhite
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Kirk Hansen
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Melissa Hurley
Melissa Hurley
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Lynnmarie Inge
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Theresa King
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Steven Majewicz
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Paula Nichols
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Amy Rydell
Amy Rydell
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Susanne Sullivan
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Michael Telmont
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Paul Michael Thorpe
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Kristy Zlock
1950's T.V. Show Dancer
Lada Boder
Lada Boder
Awards Dinner Dancer
Ken Molina
Awards Dinner Dancer
Sheri Norwood
Awards Dinner Dancer
Tita Omeze
Awards Dinner Dancer
Raymond Rodriguez
Raymond Rodriguez
Awards Dinner Dancer
Rick Gavin Tjia
Awards Dinner Dancer
Natsuo Tomita
Natsuo Tomita
Awards Dinner Dancer
Jerald Vincent
Awards Dinner Dancer
Beverly Ward
Awards Dinner Dancer
Kirby Ward
Awards Dinner Dancer
George Atamian
Webb (uncredited)
Forest Baker
Soldier (uncredited)
Michael Boston
Michael Boston
Wounded Marine #2 (uncredited)
Ian Paul Cassidy
Ian Paul Cassidy
Cpl. England (uncredited)
Kenneth Chamitoff
Military Photographer (uncredited)
Eric Clarke
Vietnam Soldier (uncredited)
Todd Felderstein
WWII Photographer (uncredited)
Steven A. Hite
Soldier (uncredited)
Arliss Howard
Arliss Howard
Sgt. Michael Leonard (uncredited)
Russ Isles
Soldier (uncredited)
Lou Lollio
Captain (uncredited)
Kris Murphy
50's T.V. Dancer (uncredited)
Tim Neeley
Soldier (uncredited)
John Richard Petersen
John Richard Petersen
Vietnam Soldier (uncredited)
Greg Robbins
Greg Robbins
Soldier (uncredited)
Brian Rooney
Vietnam Soldier (uncredited)
Frank Slaten
Sid (uncredited)
Michael Stern
Self (uncredited)
Vince Vaughn
Vince Vaughn
Cheering Soldier in Crowd (uncredited)
John Wareham
WWII Soldier (uncredited)
Jeffrey Weissman
Jeffrey Weissman
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Andy Dick
Andy Dick
(Uncredited Extra)
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