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The Night of the Generals (1967) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Anatole Litvak

Writing Credits  

Joseph Kessel ... (adapted for the screen by) and
Paul Dehn ... (adapted for the screen by)
 
Paul Dehn ... (additional dialogue)
 
Hans Hellmut Kirst ... (novel)
 
James Hadley Chase ... (based on an incident written by)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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Corporal Hartmann
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Ulrike
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Coral Browne ...
Eleanore von Seidlitz-Gabler
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Colonel Sandauer
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Otto
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Juliette (as Juliette Greco)
Yves Brainville ...
Liesowski
Sacha Pitoëff ...
Doctor (as Sacha Pitoeff)
Charles Millot ...
Wionczek
Raymond Gérôme ...
Colonel (War Room) (as Raymond Gerome)
Véronique Vendell ...
Monique
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Kopatski
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Melanie
Nicole Courcel ...
Raymonde
Jenny Orléans ...
Otto's Wife
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Hauser
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Captain Engel
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Colonel Mannheim
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stanislaw Niwinski ...
German officer in Warsaw
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Gen. Stulpnagel (uncredited)
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German Soldier (uncredited)
Jackie Blanchot ...
Hamburg Suspect (uncredited)
Guy Bonnafoux ...
German Officer at Hitler's HQ (uncredited)
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German Soldier (uncredited)
Philippe Castelli ...
French Forensic Physician (uncredited)
Adrien Cayla-Legrand ...
Plotting German Officer (uncredited)
Jacques Chevalier ...
Barman at Paradis Bar (uncredited)
Georges Claisse ...
Rommel's Orderly (uncredited)
Henri Coutet ...
Waiter in Café (uncredited)
Damian Damiecki ...
Polish Partisan (uncredited)
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Fidgeting Prisoner (uncredited)
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German Radio Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Robert Favart ...
Employee at Airport (uncredited)
Martine Ferrière ...
The Polish Woman (uncredited)
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German Officer at Raymonde's Apartment (uncredited)
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Polish Partisan (uncredited)
Jean Gold ...
(uncredited)
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Gen. Tanz's Orderly (uncredited)
René Lefevre-Bel ...
(uncredited)
Roger Lumont ...
Wine Butler (uncredited)
Jacques Marbeuf ...
(uncredited)
Olivier Mathot ...
(uncredited)
Gaston Meunier ...
Man at the 25th Anniversary (uncredited)
Hans Meyer ...
Wehrmacht Adjutant (uncredited)
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Polish Policeman (uncredited)
Donald O'Brien ...
Plotting German Officer (uncredited)
Jean Ozenne ...
Gen. Dietrich (uncredited)
Paul Pavel ...
Hamburg Suspect (uncredited)
Raymond Pierson ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Maciej Rayzacher ...
Fidgeting Prisoner (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ...
Driver (voice) (uncredited)
Alain Roche ...
(uncredited)
Mac Ronay ...
Tanz's Driver (uncredited)
Claude Salez ...
Plotting German Officer (uncredited)
Jacques Seiler ...
Maître d'hôtel (uncredited)
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German Reporter of 'Wochenschau' (uncredited)
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Hamburg Prostitute (uncredited)
Maurice Teynac ...
A General (uncredited)
Pierre Tornade ...
Orderly (uncredited)
César Torres ...
Spanish Laborer (uncredited)
François Valorbe ...
Plotting German Officer (uncredited)
Hans Verner ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Howard Vernon ...
Herr Schusslig, Suspect in Erika Müller's Murder (uncredited)
Nicolas Vogel ...
Plotting German Officer (uncredited)
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German Radiotelegraphist (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Anatole Litvak ... producer
Sam Spiegel ... producer

Music by 

Maurice Jarre

Cinematography by 

Henri Decaë ... director of photography (as Henri Decae)

Film Editing by 

Alan Osbiston

Casting By 

Margot Capelier
Maude Spector

Production Design by 

Alexandre Trauner ... (as Alexander Trauner)

Art Direction by 

Auguste Capelier

Costume Design by 

Rosine Delamare
Jean-Claude Philippe ... (as J.Claude Philippe)

Makeup Department 

Marc Blanchard ... hairdresser
Michel Deruelle ... makeup artist
Bill Lodge ... makeup artist (as William Lodge)
Scotti Scott ... hairdresser (as 'Scotti' Scott)

Production Management 

Lucien Lippens ... unit manager
Louis Wipf ... production manager
Zygmunt Król ... production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Tom Pevsner ... assistant director
Jean-Pierre Périer-Pillu ... assistant director (as Jean-Pierre Perier-Pillu)
Norman J. Warren ... third assistant director (uncredited)
Andrzej Zulawski ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Maurice Barnathan ... set dresser

Sound Department 

Jacques Carrère ... sound recordist (as Jacques Carrere)
Teddy Mason ... dubbing editor
William Robert Sivel ... sound recordist (as William Sivel)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Charles-Henri Montel ... camera operator (as Charles-Henry Montel)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Jean Zay ... wardrobe supervisor

Editorial Department 

Ginou Billo ... assistant editor
Willy Kemplen ... assistant editor

Music Department 

Dominique Amy ... music cutter
Maurice Jarre ... conductor: The New Philharmonia Orchestra-London

Other crew 

Robert Brownjohn ... title sequence designer
Sam Spiegel ... presenter
Alice Ziller ... continuity
Frawley Becker ... dialogue coach (uncredited)
Phillip Kenny ... production assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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