Flags of Our Fathers

Flags of Our Fathers


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Streaming charts last updated: 1:27:29 PM, 02/22/2024

Flags of Our Fathers is 1118 on the JustWatch Daily Streaming Charts today. The movie has moved up the charts by 373 places since yesterday. In the United States, it is currently more popular than The Kindergarten Teacher but less popular than Kiss the Girls.


There were five Marines and one Navy Corpsman photographed raising the U.S. flag on Mt. Suribachi by Joe Rosenthal on February 23, 1945. This is the story of three of the six surviving servicemen - John 'Doc' Bradley, Pvt. Rene Gagnon and Pvt. Ira Hayes - who fought in the battle to take Iwo Jima from the Japanese.

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IMDB 7.1 (128k)


Drama, History, War & Military, Action & Adventure


2h 15min

Age rating


Production country

United States


Clint Eastwood


Ryan Phillippe
John 'Doc' Bradley
Jesse Bradford
Rene Gagnon
Adam Beach
Ira Hayes
John Benjamin Hickey
Keyes Beech
John Slattery
Bud Gerber
Barry Pepper
Mike Strank
Jamie Bell
Ralph "Iggy" Ignatowski
Paul Walker
Hank Hansen
Robert Patrick
Colonel Chandler Johnson
Neal McDonough
Captain Severance
Melanie Lynskey
Pauline Harnois
Tom McCarthy
James Bradley
Chris Bauer
Commandant Vandegrift
Judith Ivey
Belle Block
Myra Turley
Madeline Evelley
Joseph Cross
Franklin Sousley
Benjamin Walker
Harlon Block
Alessandro Mastrobuono
Scott Eastwood
Stark Sands
George Grizzard
John Bradley
Harve Presnell
Dave Severance
George Hearn
Walter Gust
Len Cariou
Mr. Beech
Christopher Curry
Ed Block
Bubba Lewis
Belle's Young Son
Beth Grant
Mother Gagnon
Connie Ray
Mrs. Sousley
Ann Dowd
Mrs. Strank
Mary Beth Peil
Mrs. Bradley
David Patrick Kelly
President Truman
Jon Polito
Borough President
Ned Eisenberg
Joe Rosenthal
Gordon Clapp
General "Howlin' Mad" Smith
Michael Cumpsty
Secretary Forrestal
V.J. Foster
Major on Plane
Kirk B.R. Woller
Bill Genaust
Tom Verica
Lieutenant Pennell
Jason Gray-Stanford
Lieutenant Schrier
David Hornsby
Louis Lowery
Brian Kimmet
Sergeant Boots Thomas
David Rasche
Tom Mason
John Tennack
Patrick Dollaghan
James Newman
Local Politician
Steven M. Porter
Dale Waddington
Tourist's Wife
Lennie Loftin
Justice of the Peace
David Clennon
White House Official
Mark Thomason
Military Censor
Oliver Davis
Young James Bradley
Sean Moran
Lisa Dodson
Iggy's Mother
John Nielsen
Senator Boyd
Jon Kellam
Senator Haddigan
Ron Fassler
Senator Robson
Denise Vlasis
Luncheon Singer
Joie Shettler
Luncheon Singer
John Henry Canavan
Donn Emerson
Navy Lieutenant on Plane
Jayma Mays
Nurse in Hawaii
Yukari Black
Tokyo Rose (voice)
John Hoogenakker
Funeral Home Employee
Barry Sigismondi
Police Sergeant
William Charlton
Beth Tapper
Bar Car Beauty
Shannon Gayle
Bar Car Beauty #2
Jim Cantafio
Reporter (in LA) #1
Mark Colson
Reporter (in LA) #2
Danny McCarthy
Reporter (in Chicago) #1
Patrick New
Reporter (in Chicago) #2
James Horan
Reporter (in NYC)
Michael Canavan
Reporter at Hansen's
Erica Grant
Silas Weir Mitchell
Lab Tech
Joi Johannsson
Sergeant on Beach
Martin Delaney
Marine at Cave
Daniel Forcey
Marine on Beach
Björgvin Franz Gíslason
Impaled Marine
Darri Ingolfsson
Wounded Marine
Hilmar Guðjónsson
Wounded Marine #4
Jeremiah Bitsui
Young Indian
John Maloney
Michael Ahl
Senator (uncredited)
Brian Eric Alexander
Funeral Attendant (uncredited)
Tex Allen
Retired Iwo Jima Marine Corps Captain (uncredited)
Mark T Anderson
Business Man (uncredited)
Martin Andris
Soilder (uncredited)
Erik Audé
Officer (uncredited)
David Block
Busboy (uncredited)
Dale Caba
Photographer (uncredited)
Brian Ceponis
Navy Captain (uncredited)
Ali Costello
Movie Star #1 (uncredited)
Michelle Cuneo
Betty Bradley (uncredited)
Jemma Evans
Ceremony Guest (uncredited)
Paul Fahrenkopf
Dedication Attendee (uncredited)
Pamela Fischer
Military Wife (uncredited)
Reese Foster
Photographer (uncredited)
Jason Frederick
Baseball Player (uncredited)
Grétar Már Garðarsson
Solider (uncredited)
Katherine Hoskins Mackey
General's Wife (uncredited)
George Kardulias
Civilian Guest at Iwo Jima Memorial (uncredited)
Debbi Larkins
Movie Star #2 (uncredited)
Halldór Magnússon
Soldier on Beach (uncredited)
Jon Marshall
Background (uncredited)
Theo Marshall
Cubs Fan (uncredited)
Nevin Millan
American Indian Congress Member (uncredited)
Mark A. Nash
Welcome Crowd (uncredited)
Spiro Papas
Photographer (uncredited)
Robin Reck
Event Attendee (uncredited)
Matthew Schueller
Military Personnel (uncredited)
Robert Shepherd
Senator (uncredited)
Guðmundur Karl Sigurdórsson
Marine (uncredited)
Arne Starr
Rally Person (uncredited)
Chris Stinson
Iwo Jima Memorial Attendee (uncredited)
Vignir Jón Vignisson
Soldier with Dog (uncredited)
Jesse G. Louis
Train Conductor (uncredited)