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The original Broadway production of "Conduct Unbecoming" by Barry England opened on 12th October 1970 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in New York and ran for 144 performances until it closed there on Valentine's Day on 14th February 1971.
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Jeremy Clyde of the singing group Chad and Jeremy had played the lead in the play in London. He wasn't considered for the film, however, as the studio wanted to go with a more established star.
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Actor Trevor Howard's real life wife Helen Cherry plays his screen wife in the film.
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Veteran actor James Donald was coaxed out of retirement to play the doctor. It was to be Donald's penultimate picture with his final film being The Big Sleep (1978) about three years later.
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Producer Ismail Merchant of Merchant Ivory Productions, who partnered with director James Ivory, was interested in making the film at one point.
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The production shoot for this film ran for about five weeks.
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The film was made and released about six years after its source stage play of the same name by Barry England had been first performed during May 1969 at the Theatre Royal in Bristol, England.
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The setting in the introduction of the film's source play of the same name by Barry England reads: "Setting: India in the late Eighteen Hundreds. The Ante-room to the Officers' Mess of a regiment in the Indian Army".
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The film was voted as one of the Top Ten Films of the Year by the USA's National Board of Review in 1975.
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This movie and The Wilby Conspiracy (1975) were the first English films of Indian actress Persis Khambatta.
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One of two cinema movies debuting in 1975 that were directed by director Michael Anderson with his other theatrical feature film being Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze (1975).
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First of three collaborations of actor Michael York and director Michael Anderson with the subsequent films being Logan's Run (1976) and Sword of Gideon (1986).
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Terence Rattigan and Bryan Forbes both contributed to the script.
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Richard Attenborough (Major Lionel E. Roach) later directed Michael Byrne (2nd Lt. Toby Strang) in A Bridge Too Far (1977).
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Both the first name of the director Michael Anderson and the movie's top-billed lead star Michael York were first named "Michael".
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