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Film of the Week: What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?

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starring
James Coburn , Dick Shawn
Sergio Fantoni , Giovanna Ralli Aldo Ray with Harry Morgan , Carroll O'Connor
1943: The Italian Campaign, and the war-weary Company C is ordered to capture the small Sicilian town of Valerno. They find the Italians all too willing to surrender - provided they can finish their football match and carry on with their annual wine festival! Discipline crumbles but spirits rise as the GIs join in the bacchanalian celebrations.
From a story by BLAKE EDWARDS and MAURICE RICHLIN
Produced and directed by BLAKE EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: James Coburn
Unknown: Dick Shawn
Unknown: Sergio Fantoni
Unknown: Giovanna Ralli
Unknown: Aldo Ray
Unknown: Harry Morgan
Unknown: Carroll O'Connor
Story By: Blake Edwards
Story By: Maurice Richlin
Directed By: Blake Edwards
Lieut Christian: James Coburn
Captain Cash: Dick Shawn
Captain Oppo: Sergio Fantoni
Gina Romano: Giovanna Ralli
Sergeant Rizzo: Aldo Ray
Major Pott: Harry Morgan
General Bolt: Carroll O'Connor
Kastorp: Leon Askin
Benedetto: Henry Rico Cattani
Romano: Jay Novello
German Captain: Kurt Kreuger

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Film of the Week: What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?

BBC One London, 3 February 1974 20.10






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