Sensitive drama in the story of a WW II doctor treating the mental scars of his soldier patients, and light comedy in his dealings with army bureaucracy, in the medical pranks that keep the hospital staff sane, and in a little romance, too. Peck manages the balancing act. Adapted from the novel by Leo Rosten, this was the last screenwriting credit for Phoebe and Henry Ephron, parents of writer/directors Nora and Delia.
David Miller - Director, early '40s-early '80s, MIDNIGHT LACE
Alexander Golitzen - Oscar winning production designer, SPARTACUS
Russell Metty - American Director of Photography
Bobby Darin - American Singer/Actor
Bethel Leslie - American TV Actress
Dick Sargent - American actor, BEWITCHED
Robert Arthur - Producer
Bob Arthur - Producer
Frank Skinner - American Composer/D. 1968
Gregory Peck - Oscar winning American actor, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (1962)
Eldred Gregory Peck - Oscar winning American actor, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (1962)
Robert F. Simon - American Supporting Actor
Richard L. Breen - Screenwriter
Tony Curtis - American Actor, SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Bernard Schwartz - American Actor, SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Anthony Curtis - American Actor, SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Larry Storch - American Actor
Eddie Albert - Oliver Wendall Douglas from TV's "Green Acres"
Edward Albert Heimberger - Oliver Wendall Douglas from TV's "Green Acres"
Robert Duvall - American Actor/Director
Bodge - American Actor/Director
Alfred Sweeney - Production Designer
James Gregory - American Character Actor
Angie Dickinson - American actress, POLICE WOMAN
Angeline Brown - American actress, POLICE WOMAN
An army doctor cares for a variety of patients, all of whom are traumatized by their wartime experiences. Sometimes military rules and regulations get in the way of his work -- but Doctor Newman isn't about to let that stop him from doing what he must to help his men recover. It's not all work and no play, however, for the good doctor enjoys the pranks of a high-spirited orderly, as well as a romance with a kind and lovely nurse.