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The victors

Author: Carl Foreman
Publisher: 1963.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English : [Short 146 min. version? (Original running time of 175 min. was later cut to 156 min., according to: Maltin, 1993.)]View all editions and formats
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Filmed in Italy, France, England and Sweden.
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Genre/Form: British films
War films and programs
Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Foreman
OCLC Number: 423396222
Notes: Source: The human kind : a sequence / Alexander Baron. 1953.
Credits continue ... continuity, Joan Davis; production secretary, Miriam Hart; wardrobe design, Olga Lehmann; wardrobe supervision, Elsa Fennell; makeup, Ernest Gasser, Wally Schneiderman; hairdresser, Gordon Bond; special effects, Cliff Richardson, Wally Veevers; technical advisor, Nils Runelundquist, (Capt.); cooperation from Swedish Army Ordnance Corps; titles, National Screen Service Ltd.; casting, Barry Gray.
Credits were supplied from: AFI catalog, 1961-1970.
Original distributor was Columbia Pictures.
Originally filmed in Panavision with Westrex sound.
Credits: Director of photography, Christopher Challis; camera operator, Austin Dempster; art director, Maurice Fowler; art consultant, Eric Estorick; production design, Geoffrey Drake; prolog and title design, Saul Bass, Associates of Hollywood; film editor, Alan Osbiston; assistant editor, Joan Morduch; dialogue editor, Don Deacon; music composed and conducted by Sol Kaplan; orchestrations, Wally Stott; songs, March of the victors, Sweet talk, No other man, Sol kaplan, Freddy Douglass; song, Theme from The victors, My special dream, by Sol Kaplan, Freddy Douglass, Howard Greenfield; song, Does goodnight mean goodbye?, Jack Keller, Howard Greenfield, Gerry Goffin; song, Have yourself a merry little Christmas, Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin; sung by Frank Sinatra; sound editor, Winston Ryder; sound recording, Buster Ambler, Bob Jones; assistant director, Eric Rattray; production coordinator, Leon Becker; unit manager, Geoffrey Helman; production supervisor, Sidney G. Barnsby; ..., cont.
Cast: Vincent Edwards (Baker); Albert Finney (Russian soldier); George Hamilton (Corporal Trower); Melina Mercouri (Magda); Jeanne Moreau (Frenchwoman); George Peppard (Corporal Chase); Maurice Ronet (French Lieutenant Cohn); Rosanna Schiaffino (Maria); Romy Schneider (Regine); Elke Sommer (Helga); Eli Wallach (Sergeant Craig); Michael Callan (Eldridge); Peter Fonda (Weaver); Jim Mitchum (Grogan); Senta Berger (Trudi); Joel Flateau (Jean-Pierre); Albert Lieven (Herr Metzger); Mervyn Johns (Dennis); Tutte Lemkow (Sikh soldier); Peter Vaughan (policeman); George Roubicek, George Mikell (Russian sentries); Alf Kjellin (priest); Alan Barnes (Tom); John Rogers (young British soldier); Marianne Deeming (Frau Metzger); Patrick Jordan (tank sergeant); Elizabeth Ercy (young French girl); Milo Sperber (concentration camp prisoner); Malya Nappi (barmaid); Vanda Godsell (nurse); Bec Duffell (Joan); James Chase (condemned soldier); ..., cont.
Performer(s): Cast continues ... Riggs O'Hara, Charles De Temple, Al Waxman, Tom Busby, Robert Nichols, Graydon Gould, Larry Carinigi, Ian Hughes, Anthony McBride (the squad); Colin Maitland, Tony Wallace, John Crawford, Russ Titus, Sean Kelly, Mickey Knox, Peter Arne, Veite Bethke.
Responsibility: Highroad Productions ; Open Road Films ; a Carl Foreman production ; written and directed by Carl Foreman ; associate producer, Harold Buck.

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