Oh! What a Lovely War (1969) Movie Details

Oh! What a Lovely War
Oh! What a Lovely War
English
Paramount Pictures , Accord Productions
(India)
2 hr 24 mins
5.1/10
Rating: 5.1/10 from 129 users

Oh! What a Lovely War Movie Cast

Laurence Olivier
as Field Marshal Sir John French
Vanessa Redgrave
as Sylvia Pankhurst
Maggie Smith
as Music Hall Star
John Mills
as Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig
Corin Redgrave
as Bertie Smith
Maurice Roeves
as George Smith
Ian Holm
as President Poincare
Juliet Mills
as Nurse
Michael Bates
as Drunk Lance Corporal
Edward Fox
as Aide
John Owens
as Seamus Moore
Dirk Bogarde
as Stephen
Jean-Pierre Cassel
as French Colonel
John Clements
as Gen. von Moltke
John Gielgud
as Count Leopold Von Berchtold
Jack Hawkins
as Emperor Franz Josef
Kenneth More
as Kaiser Wilhelm II
Michael Redgrave
as Gen. Sir Henry Wilson
Ralph Richardson
as Sir Edward Grey
Susannah York
as Eleanor
Penelope Allen
as Solo Chorus Girl
Robert Flemyng
as Staff Officer in Gassed Trench
Paul Daneman
as Czar Nicholas II
Guy Middleton
as Gen. Sir William Robertson
Angela Thorne
as Elizabeth May 'Betty' Smith
Wendy Allnutt
as Florence Victoria 'Flo' Smith
Colin Farrell
Colin Farrell as Harry Arnold Smith
Malcolm McFee
Malcolm McFee as Frederick Percy 'Freddie' Smith
John Rae
as Grandpa Smith
Paul Shelley
as Jack Henry Smith
Kim Smith
Kim Smith as Richard 'Dickie' Smith
Mary Wimbush
as Mary Emma Smith
Vincent Ball
as Australian Soldier
Pia Colombo
Pia Colombo as Estaminet Singer
Isabel Dean
as Sir John French's Lady
Joe Melia
as The Photographer
Nanette Newman
as Nurse
Cecil Parker
as Sir John
Natasha Parry
as Sir William Robertson's Lady
Gerald Sim
as Chaplain
Thorley Walters
as Staff Officer
Anthony Ainley
as 3rd Aide
Edward Fox
as Aide to Haig
Geoffrey Davies
Geoffrey Davies as Aide to Haig
Fanny Carby
Fanny Carby as Mill Girl
Peter Gilmore
as Pte Burgess
Ben Howard
as Pte Garbett
Norman Jones
as Scottish Soldier
Angus Lennie
Angus Lennie as Scottish Soldier
Paddy Joyce
Paddy Joyce as Irish Soldier
Harry Locke
as Heckler
Ron Pember
as Corporal
Marianne Stone
as Mill Girl
Christine Noonan
Christine Noonan as Mill Girl
Derek Newark
as Shooting Gallery Proprietor
Clifford Mollison
as Heckler
Norman Bird
as Training Sgt
Jeremy Child
as Wealthy Young Man
Stanley Lebor
as Soldier
Jane Seymour
as Chorus Girl
Wensley Pithey
as Archduke Ferdinand
Meriel Forbes
as Lady Pamela Grey
David Lodge
as Recruiting Sergeant at Music Hall
Maurice Arthur
Maurice Arthur as Soldier Singer at Chaplain's Address
Freddie Ascott
Freddie Ascott as 'Whizzbang' Soldier
Cecilia Darby
Cecilia Darby as Sir Henry Wilson's Lady
George Ghent
George Ghent as Heckler at Pankhurst Speech
Dorothy Reynolds
Dorothy Reynolds as Heckler at Pankhurst Speech
Norman Shelley
as Staff Officer in Ballroom
John Trigger
John Trigger as Officer at Railway Station
Kathleen Wileman
Kathleen Wileman as Emma Smith - Age 4
Phyllis Calvert
as Lady Dorothy Haig
Pamela Abbott
Pamela Abbott as Czarina Alexandra (uncredited)
Charlotte Attenborough
Charlotte Attenborough as Emma Smith - Age 8 (uncredited)
Roy Beck
Roy Beck as American GI (uncredited)
Annie Bee
Annie Bee as Girl Friend in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Joanne Brown
Joanne Brown as Singer (uncredited)
Christopher Cabot
Christopher Cabot as Soldier in Shell Hole (uncredited)
Frank Coda
Frank Coda as Soldier in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Ambrose Coghill
Ambrose Coghill as His Father (uncredited)
Stella Courtney
Stella Courtney as Poincaré's Lady (uncredited)
Sheila Cox
Sheila Cox as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Elizabeth Craven
Elizabeth Craven as Kaiserin Augusta (uncredited)
John Dunn-Hill
as Irish Soldier (uncredited)
Ray Edwards
Ray Edwards as 3rd Staff Officer in Ballroom (uncredited)
Charles Farrell
as Policeman (uncredited)
Hermione Farthingale
Hermione Farthingale as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Frank Forsyth
as President Woodrow Wilson (uncredited)
Joyce Franklin
Joyce Franklin as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
John Gabriel
as Nikolai Lenin (uncredited)
Zeph Gladstone
Zeph Gladstone as Sir John's Chauffeuse (uncredited)
Ruth Gower
Ruth Gower as General von Moltke's Lady (uncredited)
Kim Grant
Kim Grant as Soldier in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Carole Gray
as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Paul Hansard
Paul Hansard as German Officer (uncredited)
Kathleen Helme
Kathleen Helme as Berchtold's Lady (uncredited)
Richard Howard
Richard Howard as Young Soldier at Mons (uncredited)
John Hussey
as Soldier on Balcony (uncredited)
Dinny Jones
Dinny Jones as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Lind Joyce
Lind Joyce as Scoreboard Girl (uncredited)
Dolores Judson
Dolores Judson as Haig's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Ruth Kettlewell
as Duchess Sophie (uncredited)
Delia Linden
Delia Linden as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Richard Loring
as Soldier in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Tom Marshall
Tom Marshall as Soldier in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Stanley McGeagh
Stanley McGeagh as Soldier in Gassed Trench (uncredited)
Isabelle Metcalfe
Isabelle Metcalfe as Girl Friend in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Jenny Morgan
Jenny Morgan as Girl Friend in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Anthony Morton
Anthony Morton as Italian Military Attaché
Anthony Morton
Anthony Morton as Italian Military Attaché (uncredited)
Steve Plytas
as Turkish Military Attaché (uncredited)
Andrew Robertson
as 2nd Scottish Soldier (uncredited)
Sue Robinson
Sue Robinson as Chorus Girl (uncredited)
David Scheuer
David Scheuer as French Soldier (uncredited)
Valerie Smith
Valerie Smith as Girl Friend in 'Goodbyee' (uncredited)
Guy Standeven
Guy Standeven as American Officer (uncredited)
Pippa Steel
as Scoreboard Girl (uncredited)
P.G. Stephens
P.G. Stephens as Irish Soldier (uncredited)
Tony Thawnton
Tony Thawnton as Officer on Telephone (uncredited)
Christian Thorogood
Christian Thorogood as Irish Soldier (uncredited)
Brian Tipping
Brian Tipping as 4th Scottish Soldier (uncredited)
Bette Vivian
Bette Vivian as Heckler at Pankhurst Speech (uncredited)
Tony Vogel
as German Soldier (uncredited)
Arthur White
as Sergeant in Dugout (uncredited)
Michael Wolf
Michael Wolf as German Officer (uncredited)
John Woodnutt
as British Officer (uncredited)
Julia Wright
Julia Wright as Haig's Secretary (uncredited)
Mary Yeomans
Mary Yeomans as Scoreboard Girl (uncredited)
Norman Shelley
as Staff Officer in Ballroom
Pippa Steel
Pippa Steel as Scoreboard Girl (uncredited)

Oh! What a Lovely War Crew List

Director :
Musical : Joan Littlewood
Screenplay : Len Deighton
Cinematography : Gerry Turpin
Editor : Kevin Connor
Casting : Miriam Brickman
Producer : Richard Attenborough
Associate Producer : Mac Davidson
Producer : Brian Duffy
Production Design : Donald M. Ashton
Art Direction : Harry White
Costume Design : Anthony Mendleson
Production Manager : John Comfort
Location Manager : Bryan Coates
Title Designer : Raymond Hawkey
Production Manager : John Comfort

Oh! What a Lovely War International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
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Released Date
United States
03-10-1969
India
10-03-1969

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Musical basado en una obra del mismo título que retrata a la famlia Smith durante la Primera Guerra Mundial (1914-1918). (FILMAFFINITY)

Oh! What a Lovely War

Oh! What a Lovely War is a 1969 English Film stars Laurence Olivier , Richard Attenborough , Joan Littlewood , Len Deighton , Gerry Turpin , Kevin Connor , Miriam Brickman , Vanessa Redgrave , Maggie Smith , John Mills , Corin Redgrave , Maurice Roeves , Ian Holm , Juliet Mills , Michael Bates , Edward Fox , John Owens , Dirk Bogarde , Jean-Pierre Cassel , John Clements , John Gielgud , Jack Hawkins , Kenneth More , Michael Redgrave , Ralph Richardson , Susannah York , Penelope Allen , Robert Flemyng , Paul Daneman , Guy Middleton , Angela Thorne , Wendy Allnutt , Colin Farrell , Malcolm McFee , John Rae , Paul Shelley , Kim Smith , Mary Wimbush , Vincent Ball , Pia Colombo , Isabel Dean , Christian Doermer , Joe Melia , Nanette Newman , Cecil Parker , Natasha Parry , Gerald Sim , Thorley Walters , Anthony Ainley , Edward Fox , Geoffrey Davies , Fanny Carby , Peter Gilmore , Ben Howard , Norman Jones , Angus Lennie , Paddy Joyce , Harry Locke , Ron Pember , Marianne Stone , Christine Noonan , Derek Newark , Clifford Mollison , Norman Bird , Jeremy Child , Richard Davies , Stanley Lebor , Jane Seymour , Wensley Pithey , Meriel Forbes , David Lodge , Maurice Arthur , Freddie Ascott , Cecilia Darby , George Ghent , Dorothy Reynolds , Norman Shelley , John Trigger , Kathleen Wileman , Phyllis Calvert , Pamela Abbott , Charlotte Attenborough , Roy Beck , Annie Bee , Joanne Brown , Christopher Cabot , Frank Coda , Ambrose Coghill , Stella Courtney , Sheila Cox , Elizabeth Craven , John Dunn-Hill , Ray Edwards , Charles Farrell , Hermione Farthingale , Frank Forsyth , Joyce Franklin , John Gabriel , Zeph Gladstone , Ruth Gower , Kim Grant , Carole Gray , Paul Hansard , Kathleen Helme , Richard Howard , John Hussey , Dinny Jones , Lind Joyce , Dolores Judson , Ruth Kettlewell , Delia Linden , Richard Loring , Tom Marshall , Stanley McGeagh , Isabelle Metcalfe , Jenny Morgan , Anthony Morton , Anthony Morton , Steve Plytas , Andrew Robertson , Sue Robinson , David Scheuer , Valerie Smith , Guy Standeven , Pippa Steel , P.G. Stephens , Tony Thawnton , Christian Thorogood , Brian Tipping , Bette Vivian , Tony Vogel , Arthur White , Michael Wolf , John Woodnutt , Julia Wright , Mary Yeomans , Norman Shelley , Pippa Steel , Richard Attenborough , Mac Davidson , Brian Duffy , Donald M. Ashton , Harry White , Anthony Mendleson , John Comfort , Bryan Coates , Raymond Hawkey , John Comfort , directed by Richard Attenborough & music by .