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The Winston Affair ()

Man in the Middle (original title)
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In WW2,a US lieutenant stationed in India shoots dead a British NCO and admits his crime but his reason for the murder is so bizarre that it puzzles his defense counsel.

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Lt. Col. Barney Adams
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Kate Davray
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Gen. Kempton
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Maj. John Gerald Kensington
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Lt. Charles Winston
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Maj. Leon Kaufman
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Col. Burton
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Lt. Oscar Morse
Robert Nichols ...
Lt. Harvey Bender
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Col. Shaw
Errol John ...
Sgt. Jackson
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Maj. Fred Smith
Lionel Murton ...
Capt. Alec Gunther
Russell Napier ...
Col. J.H. Thompson
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Capt. Dwyer
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Col. Mayburt
Edward Underdown ...
Maj. Wyclif
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Maj. Poole (as Howard Marion Crawford)
Bill Mitchell ...
Staff Sgt. Quinn (as William Mitchell)
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Cpll. Zimmerman
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Cpl. Burke
Frank Killibrew ...
Cpl. Baxter
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Lieutenant. at Sikri (as Edward Bishop)
Terence Cooper ...
Maj. Clement
Graham Skidmore ...
Maj. Hennessy
Terence Skelton ...
Col. Burnside (as Terry Skelton)
Paul Blomley ...
Col. Winovich
Alistair Barr ...
Col. Kelly
Brian Vaughan ...
Maj. McCabe
Julian Burton ...
Maj. Cummings
Ron Bruce ...
Capt. Brown
Graeme Bruce ...
Lt. Coombs
David Rendall ...
Lt. Wells (as David Randall)
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Sgt. Wilson
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Sgt. Johnson (as Alistair Williamson)
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Maj. Lawson
Robert Bruce ...
British Correspondent
William Dexter ...
British Correspondent
Francis Napier ...
American Correspondent
Basdeo Panday ...
Indian Correspondent
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Indian Bearer
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G.I.
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Education Officer
Pat Moore ...
U.S. Nurse
Patrick O'Connor ...
British Private
Peter Porteous ...
British Private
Steve Donahue ...
Military Policeman
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Military Policeman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ernest Blyth ...
US Officer Giving Salute (uncredited)
Oscar James ...
Court Martial stenographer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Guy Hamilton

Written by

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Keith Waterhouse ... (screenplay) and
Willis Hall ... (screenplay)
 
Howard Fast ... (novel "The Winston Affair")

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Walter Seltzer ... producer
Max E. Youngstein ... executive producer

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John Barry

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Wilkie Cooper ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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John Bloom

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Harvey Woods

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John Howell

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Olga Angelinetta ... hairdresser
Sidney Turner ... makeup artist (as Sydney Turner)

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Joyce Herlihy ... unit production manager
David Middlemas ... production supervisor

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Kip Gowans ... assistant director
Robert Watts ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Leon Davis ... construction manager
Michael Finlay ... painter

Sound Department

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Les Hammond ... sound mixer (as Leslie Hammond)
Matt McCarthy ... dubbing editor
Len Shilton ... sound mixer
John Salter ... boom operator (uncredited)

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Frank Drake ... camera operator
Wally Byatt ... focus puller (uncredited)
Bob Jordan ... clapper loader (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ivy Baker ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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John Barry ... arranger: orchestral music / conductor: orchestral music
Lionel Bart ... composer: theme music
Sidney Margo ... music contractor (uncredited)

Other crew

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Myron Cochran ... military technical advisor (as M Sgt. Myron Cochran U.S.A.F.)
Jock MacGregor ... assistant to producer
Angela Martelli ... continuity

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Plot Summary

In India during WWII, a US officer confesses the murder of a UK officer. A military veteran is appointed to defend him. Everything looks simple, until he starts investigating the circumstances of the crime and realizes that facts don't fit. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • The Winston Affair (United States)
  • L'affaire Winston (France)
  • Entre dos fuegos (Spain)
  • Chelovek poseredine (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Tra due fuochi (Italy)
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  • 94 min
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Trivia This was made by Marlon Brando's production company, Pennebaker Films. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Il signor Quindicipalle (1998). See more »
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