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A Yank on the Burma Road (1942) was a Drama - War Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by Samuel Marx.

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Although there is no record of retakes, there must have been some after the end of filming on 13 November 1941, since the bombing of Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 is mentioned in the forward and in conversation within the film. Retakes may have been the reason some of the listed actors were not in the film. This movie was certainly one of the earliest releases mentioning the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Clyde De Vinna took over as director of photography during the last week of filming when 'Lester White' had to shoot additional scenes for Babes on Broadway.
The following actors appeared in casting call lists but were not seen in the movie: Edward Ashley, Miles Mander, Ottola Nesmith, Turhan Bey and Selmer Jackson. Dick French and Gayne Whitman were mentioned as cast members in news items, but were also not seen in the movie.
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