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A Foreign Affair (1948) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Billy Wilder

Writing Credits  

Charles Brackett ... (screenplay) &
Billy Wilder ... (screenplay) and
Richard L. Breen ... (screenplay)
 
Robert Harari ... (adaptation)
 
David Shaw ... (original story)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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Captain John Pringle
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Col. Rufus J. Plummer
Peter von Zerneck ...
Hans Otto Birgel
Stanley Prager ...
Mike
William Murphy ...
Joe (as Bill Murphy)
Raymond Bond ...
Pennecot
Boyd Davis ...
Giffin
Robert Malcolm ...
Kramer
Charles Meredith ...
Yandell
Michael Raffetto ...
Salvatore
Damian O'Flynn ...
Lieutenant Colonel
Frank Fenton ...
Major Mathews
James Larmore ...
Lieutenant Hornby
Harland Tucker ...
General McAndrew
Bill Neff ...
Lt. Lee Thompson (as William Neff)
George M. Carleton ...
General Finney (as George Carleton)
Gordon Jones ...
Military Police
Freddie Steele ...
Military Police (as Fred Steele)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Abramoff ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Robert Bohannon ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Ted Cottle ...
Gerhardt Maier (uncredited)
Zina Dennis ...
Russian (uncredited)
Jimmie Dundee ...
Military Police (uncredited)
Curt Furburg ...
Canteen Lorelei Customer (uncredited)
Joseph Goebbels ...
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lisa Golm ...
German (uncredited)
Leo Gregory ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Ilka Grüning ...
German Wife (uncredited)
Vilmos Gyimes ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Chester Hayes ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Len Hendry ...
Staff Sergeant (uncredited)
Hans Herbert ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Friedrich Hollaender ...
Piano Player at The Lorelei (uncredited)
Jerry James ...
Lieutenant (uncredited)
Howard Joslin ...
Military Police (uncredited)
George Kachin ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Willy Kaufman ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Phyllis Kennedy ...
WAC Technical Sergeant (uncredited)
Henry Kulky ...
Russian Soldier at Marketplace (uncredited)
Harry Lauter ...
Corporal (uncredited)
Rex Lease ...
MP Lieutenant (uncredited)
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NCO (uncredited)
Paul Lees ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Ken Lundy ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Don Lynch ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Gregory Merims ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery ...
American Soldier in Nightclub (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse ...
Transport Pilot (uncredited)
Hazard Newsberry ...
Lieutenant (uncredited)
Larry Nunn ...
Sergeant (uncredited)
Paul Panzer ...
Peddler with KnickKnacks and Mattress (uncredited)
George Paris ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ...
Canteen Lorelei Customer (uncredited)
Frank Popovich ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Otto Reichow ...
German Policeman (uncredited)
Albin Robeling ...
Cook (uncredited)
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Herr Maier (uncredited)
William Sabbot ...
Russian Dancer (uncredited)
William Self ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Pat Shade ...
Soldier (uncredited)
John Shay ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Bill Sheehan ...
Military Police (uncredited)
Peter Similuk ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Robert J.T. Simpson ...
Major (uncredited)
Zivko Simunovich ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Walter Thiele ...
German (uncredited)
George Unanoff ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Edward Van Sloan ...
German (uncredited)
Jack Vlaskin ...
Russian Dancer (uncredited)
Sergei N. Vonevsky ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Henry Vroom ...
American Sergeant (uncredited)
Otto Waldis ...
Inspector (uncredited)
Fay Wall ...
Fraulein (uncredited)
Christa Walton ...
Fraulein (uncredited)
Bobby Watson ...
Adolph Hitler (uncredited)
Eric Wyland ...
German Waiter (uncredited)
Frank Yaconelli ...
Accordion Player (uncredited)
Nicholas Zane ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Charles Brackett ... producer

Music by 

Friedrich Hollaender ... (as Frederick Hollander)

Cinematography by 

Charles Lang ... director of photography (as Charles B. Lang Jr.)

Art Direction by 

Hans Dreier
Walter H. Tyler ... (as Walter Tyler)

Set Decoration by 

Sam Comer
Ross Dowd

Costume Design by 

Edith Head

Makeup Department 

Wally Westmore ... makeup supervisor

Production Management 

Hugh Brown ... production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Charles C. Coleman ... assistant director (as C.C. Coleman Jr.)
Douglas Bridges ... extra second assistant director (uncredited)
Withold Grünberg ... assistant director: Berlin (uncredited)
Willi Herrmann ... assistant director: Berlin (uncredited)
Gerd Oswald ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Hugo Grenzbach ... sound recordist
Walter Oberst ... sound recordist

Visual Effects by 

Farciot Edouart ... process photography
Gordon Jennings ... special photographic effects
Dewey Wrigley ... process photography

Camera and Electrical Department 

Guy Bennett ... camera operator (uncredited)
Ed Crowder ... grip (uncredited)
Paul Filipp ... still photographer: Berlin (uncredited)
Herbert Greyer ... assistant camera: Berlin (uncredited)
James Hawley ... assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Jack Koffman ... still photographer (uncredited)
Kurt Schulz ... camera operator: Berlin (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Doane Harrison ... editorial supervisor

Music Department 

Sidney Cutner ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Friedrich Hollaender ... musical director (uncredited)
Leo Shuken ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Van Cleave ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Other crew 

Harry F. Hogan ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Ronnie Lubin ... dialogue director (uncredited)
C.A. Murphy ... technical advisor (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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