Oh! What A Lovely War (1969)

Oh! What A Lovely War
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 2hr 24mins.
Genres Adaptation, Comedy, Musical
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Alfred Ralston Music music director 120781 8000001
Charles Farrell Actor Policeman 1 1000078
Michael Bates Actor Drunken Lance Corporal 1 1000077
George Ghent Actor 4th Heckler 1 1000076
Dorothy Reynolds Actor 2nd Heckler 1 1000074
Harry Locke Actor 3rd Heckler 1 1000075
Pia Colombo Actor Estaminet Singer 1 1000079
Anthony Ainley Actor 3rd Aide 1 1000081
Christopher Cabot Actor Soldier in Shell Hole 1 1000085
Fanny Carby Actor 1st Mill Girl 1 1000086
Arthur White Actor Sergeant in Dugout 1 1000084
Maurice Arthur Actor Soldier Singer at Church Parade 1 1000083
Gerald Sim Actor Chaplain 1 1000082
Vincent Ball Actor Australian Soldier 1 1000080
Clifford Mollison Actor 1st Heckler 1 1000073
Freddie Ascott Actor "Whizzbang" Soldier 1 1000064
Edward Fox Actor 1st Aide 1 1000065
Raymond S Edwards Actor 3rd Staff Officer in Ballroom 1 1000063
Phyllis Calvert Actor Lady Haig 1 1000062
Natasha Parry Actor Sir William Robertson's Lady 1 1000060
Cecilia Darby Actor Sir Henry Wilson's Lady 1 1000061
Geoffrey Davies Actor 2nd Aide 1 1000066
Christian Thorogood Actor 1st Irish Soldier 1 1000067
P G Stephens Actor 5th Irish Soldier 1 1000071
Vanessa Redgrave Actor Sylvia Pankhurst 1 1000072
John Owens Actor 4th Irish Soldier 1 1000070
John Dunhill Actor 3rd Irish Officer 1 1000069
Paddy Joyce Actor 2nd Irish Officer 1 1000068
Marianne Stone Actor 2nd Mill Girl 1 1000087
Charlotte Attenborough Actor Emma Smith--Age 8 1 1000089
Harry White Art Director art direction 183 9000003
Douglas Campbell Technical Advisor (military) 537 12000001
Peter James Set Decorator n/a 165 9000002
Don Ashton Production Designer production design 164 9000001
Alfred Ralston Song songs("Oh! What a Lovely War" "Oh I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside" "Belgium Put the Kibosh on the Kaiser" "Are We Downhearted" "Your King and Country Need You" "I'll Make a Man of You" "We're'ere Because We're'ere" "Pack Up Your Troubles" "Heilige Nach 120859 8000004
Jerome Kern Song songs 120859 8000005
Anthony Mendleson Costume Designer costume design 169 13000001
Simon Kaye Sound sound recording 120816 14000001
Ron Ballanger Special Effects n/a 168 23000001
Raymond Hawkey Titles n/a 120825 23000002
Eleanor Fazan Choreographer choreography 120803 17000001
Brian Holland Sound Editor n/a 229 14000003
Don Challis Sound Editor n/a 229 14000002
Michael Clifford Music Editor n/a 214 8000003
Kevin Connor Editor n/a 172 7000001
Brian Duffy Producer n/a 3 3000001
Richard Attenborough Producer n/a 3 3000002
Richard Attenborough Director n/a 2 2000001
Jane Seymour Actor Chorus Girl 1 1000090
Guy Middleton Actor General Sir William Robertson 1 1000059
Mark Davidson Associate Producer n/a 171 3000003
Len Deighton Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Gerry Turpin Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Ronnie Taylor Camera Operator n/a 239 6000002
Claude Watson Assistant Director n/a 163 5000002
John Comfort Production Manager n/a 305 5000001
Charles Chilton Writer (adaptation) adaptation("The Long Long Trail") 120896 4000002
Christine Noonan Actor 3rd Mill Girl 1 1000088
Isabel Dean Actor Sir John French's Lady 1 1000058
Malcolm McFee Actor Freddie Smith 1 1000020
Colin Farrell Actor Harry Smith 1 1000021
Corin Redgrave Actor Bertie Smith 1 1000019
Kathleen Wileman Actor Emma Smith--Age 4 1 1000018
Wendy Allnutt Actor Flo Smith 1 1000016
John Rae Actor Grandpa Smith 1 1000017
Maurice Roeves Actor George Smith 1 1000022
Angela Thorne Actor Betty Smith 1 1000023
Penny Allen Actor Solo Chorus Girl 1 1000027
Maggie Smith Actor Music Hall Star 1 1000028
Jean-Pierre Cassel Actor French Colonel 1 1000026
Julia Wright Actor Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig's Secretary 1 1000025
John Mills Actor Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig 1 1000024
Paul Shelley Actor Jack Smith 1 1000015
Mary Wimbush Actor Mary Smith 1 1000014
Ian Holm Actor President Poincare 1 1000005
John Gielgud Actor Count Berchtold 1 1000006
Ruth Kettlewell Actor Duchess Sophie 1 1000004
Wensley Pithey Actor Archduke Franz Ferdinand 1 1000003
Meriel Forbes Actor Lady Gray 1 1000002
Kenneth More Actor Kaiser Wilhelm II 1 1000007
John Clements Actor General Von Moltke 1 1000008
John Hussey Actor Soldier on Balcony 1 1000012
Kim Smith Actor Dickie Smith 1 1000013
Jack Hawkins Actor Emperor Franz Josef 1 1000011
Joe Melia Actor The Photographer 1 1000010
Paul Daneman Actor Tsar Nicholas II 1 1000009
David Lodge Actor Recruiting Sergeant 1 1000029
Michael Redgrave Actor General Sir Henry Wilson 1 1000030
John Woodnutt Actor British Officer 1 1000049
Tony Thawnton Actor Officer on Telephone 1 1000050
Paul Hansard Actor German Officer 1 1000048
Tony Vogel Actor German Soldier 1 1000047
Brian Tipping Actor 5th Scottish Soldier 1 1000045
Christian Doermer Actor Fritz 1 1000046
Cecil Parker Actor Sir John 1 1000051
Zeph Gladstone Actor Sir John's Chauffeuse 1 1000052
Thorley Walters Actor 1st Staff Officer in Ballroom 1 1000056
Norman Shelley Actor 2nd Staff Officer in Ballroom 1 1000057
Robert Flemyng Actor Staff Officer in Gassed Trench 1 1000055
Stanley Lebor Actor 2nd Soldier in Gassed Trench 1 1000054
Stanley McGeagh Actor 1st Soldier in Gassed Trench 1 1000053
Angus Lennie Actor 4th Scottish Soldier 1 1000044
Ben Howard Actor 3rd Scottish Soldier 1 1000043
Richard Howard Actor Yound Soldier at Mons 1 1000034
John Trigger Actor Officer at Station 1 1000035
Derek Newark Actor Shooting Gallery Proprietor 1 1000033
Peter Gilmore Actor Private Burgess 1 1000032
Laurence Olivier Actor Field Marshall Sir John French 1 1000031
Juliet Mills Actor 1st Station Nurse 1 1000036
Ron Pember Actor Corporal at Station 1 1000037
Norman Jones Actor 1st Scottish Soldier 1 1000041
Andrew N Robertson Actor 2nd Scottish Soldier 1 1000042
Dirk Bogarde Actor Stephen 1 1000040
Susannah York Actor Eleanor 1 1000039
Nanette Newman Actor 2nd Station Nurse 1 1000038
Ralph Richardson Actor Sir Edward Grey 1 1000001
Synopsis
A series of vignettes--some musical, some dramatic--about British involvement in World War I as seen through the eyes and experiences of a working-class family.