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Task Force (1949) is a war film filmed in black and white with some Technicolor sequences about the development of U.S. aircraft carriers from the USS Langley (CV-1) to the USS Franklin (CV-13). The film stars Gary Cooper, Jane Wyatt, Walter Brennan, Wayne Morris, Julie London, and Jack Holt. Depicted as a 1917 graduate of the Naval Academy, Naval Aviator Jonathan L. "Scotty" Scott (Gary Cooper) spends 27 years, from 1921 to 1948, promoting naval aviation and the power of the aircraft carrier, during which time he antagonizes powerful people in the Navy and Congress, and marries the widow (Jane Wyatt) of a fellow flier who died in a crash during a carrier take-off aboard USS Langley (CV 1). Throughout, he has the help and friendship of his mentor and superior officer Pete Richard (Walter Brennan). Cast notes:
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