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D-Day, the Sixth of June

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A feature film starring
Robert Taylor , Dana Wynter
Richard Todd , Edmond O'Brien
It is the dawn of D-Day, 6 June 1944 British Lt-Col John Wynter and American Capt Brad Parker are standing on the deck of their assault craft as it nears the Normandy beach, preparing for their part in the invasion. Both men, however, are thinking of the same girl ...
Screenplay by IVAN MOFFAT , HARRY BROWN Based on the novel by LIONEL SHAPIRO Produced by CHARLES BRACKETT Directed by HENRY KOSTER Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Taylor
Unknown: Dana Wynter
Unknown: Richard Todd
Unknown: Edmond O'Brien
Unknown: John Wynter
Unknown: Brad Parker
Unknown: Ivan Moffat
Unknown: Harry Brown
Novel By: Lionel Shapiro
Produced By: Charles Brackett
Directed By: Henry Koster
Brad Parker: Robert Taylor
John Wynter: Richard Todd
Valerie: Dana Wynter
Col Timmer: Edmond O'Brien
Brig Russell: John Williams
Raymond Boyce: Jerry Paris
Dan Stenick: Robert Gist
David Archer: Richard Stapley
Maj Mills: Ross Elliott
Col Harkens: Alex Finlayson
Coat-room attendant: Cyril Delevanti
Georgina: Maria Brown

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D-Day, the Sixth of June

BBC One London, 6 June 1980 21.25






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