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Captain Newman, M.D. (25-Dec-1963)

Director: David Miller

Writers: Richard L. Breen; Henry Ephron; Phoebe Ephron

From novel: Captain Newman, M.D. by Leo Rosten

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Psychiatry, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Albert
22-Apr-1906 26-May-2005 Oliver on Green Acres
Paul Carr
1-Feb-1934 17-Feb-2006 The Bat People
Tony Curtis
3-Jun-1925 29-Sep-2010 Some Like It Hot
Bobby Darin
14-May-1936 20-Dec-1973 Mack the Knife
Angie Dickinson
30-Sep-1931   Police Woman
Robert Duvall
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
James Gregory
23-Dec-1911 16-Sep-2002 Inspector Lugar on Barney Miller
Bethel Leslie
3-Aug-1929 28-Nov-1999 Theater actress
Gregory Peck
5-Apr-1916 12-Jun-2003 To Kill A Mockingbird
Dick Sargent
19-Apr-1930 8-Jul-1994 Darrin #2 on Bewitched
Vito Scotti
26-Jan-1918 5-Jun-1996 Character actor, 1950s to 1990s
Larry Storch
8-Jan-1923   Corporal Agarn on F Troop
Jane Withers
12-Apr-1926   Once-superstar child actor


Review by anonymous (posted on 27-May-2005)

I've seen the film several times and was enjoyed it more each time I've watched it. It was a fun film with a serious premise, that it is a military hospital, the doctors, staff & patients. Eddie Albert's part as the burned out Colonel was intense, and I thought he played it to the max. He gave a brilliant performance. His staccato like dialogue in which he never missed a beat was great. Gregory Peck gave his usual sterling performance, and of course you can never praise Angie Dickinson too much.

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