"The Night of the Generals" quotes

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In 1942, a Polish prostitute and German Agent is murdered in Warsaw. Suspicion falls on three Generals, and Major Grau (Omar Sharif) of German Intelligence seeks justice which ends up taking... Read all

Director: Anatole Litvak
Writer: Joseph Kessel, Paul Dehn, Hans Hellmut Kirst
Production: N/A
Year: 1967
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 7.2
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 24 Feb 1967
Awards: 1 nomination

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Cast

General Tanz - Peter O'Toole
Major Grau - Omar Sharif
Corporal Hartmann - Tom Courtenay
General Kahlenberge - Donald Pleasence
Ulrike - Joanna Pettet
Inspector Morand - Philippe Noiret
General von Seidlitz-Gabler - Charles Gray
Eleanore von Seidlitz-Gabler - Coral Browne
Colonel Sandauer - John Gregson
Field Marshal Rommel - Christopher Plummer
Juliette - Juliette Gréco
Liesowski - Yves Brainville
Wionczek - Charles Millot
Colonel (War Room) - Raymond Gérôme
Kopatski - Pierre Mondy
Melanie - Eléonore Hirt
Raymonde - Nicole Courcel
Otto's Wife - Jenny Orléans
Von Stauffenberg - Gérard Buhr
Captain Engel - Gordon Jackson
Colonel Mannheim - Patrick Allen
German officer in Warsaw - Stanislaw Niwinski
Gen. Stulpnagel - Harry Andrews
German Officer in 'Le Paradis' Club - Victor Beaumont
German Soldier - Bogusz Bilewski
Hamburg Suspect - Jackie Blanchot
German Officer at Hitler's HQ - Guy Bonnafoux
German Soldier - Janusz Bukowski
French Forensic Physician - Philippe Castelli
Plotting German Officer - Adrien Cayla-Legrand
Barman at Paradis Bar - Jacques Chevalier
Rommel's Orderly - Georges Claisse
Waiter in Café - Henri Coutet
Polish Partisan - Damian Damiecki
Fidgeting Prisoner - Maciej Damiecki
German Radio Announcer - Valentine Dyall
Employee at Airport - Robert Favart
The Polish Woman - Martine Ferrière
German Officer at Raymonde's Apartment - Wolf Frees
Polish Partisan - Stefan Friedmann
German Soldier - Alan Harris
Gen. Tanz's Orderly - Jan Kociniak
Wine Butler - Roger Lumont
Man at the 25th Anniversary - Gaston Meunier
Wehrmacht Adjutant - Hans Meyer
Polish Policeman - Józef Nalberczak
Plotting German Officer - Donald O'Brien
Gen. Dietrich - Jean Ozenne
Hamburg Suspect - Paul Pavel
German Officer - Raymond Pierson
Police Officer Reading Out Charges - Olaf Pooley
Fidgeting Prisoner - Maciej Rayzacher
Driver - Robert Rietty
Tanz's Driver - Mac Ronay
Plotting German Officer - Claude Salez
Maître d'hôtel - Jacques Seiler
German Reporter of 'Wochenschau' - Mieczyslaw Stoor
Hamburg Prostitute - Sabine Sun
A General - Maurice Teynac
Orderly - Pierre Tornade
Spanish Laborer - César Torres
Plotting German Officer - François Valorbe
German Officer - Hans Verner
Herr Schusslig, Suspect in Erika Müller's Murder - Howard Vernon
Plotting German Officer - Nicolas Vogel
German Radiotelegraphist - Andrzej Zaorski