The Secret War of Harry Frigg

The Secret War of Harry Frigg

Director: Jack Smight Cast: Paul Newman, Sylva Koscina, Tom Bosley

DVD (Colorized)

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/02/2014
UPC: 0025192095870
Original Release: 1968
Source: Universal Mod
Presentation: [Colorized]
Time: 1:50:00
Sales rank: 18,932

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Paul Newman Harry Frigg
Sylva Koscina Countess Di Montefiore
Tom Bosley Gen. Pennypacker
Andrew Duggan Gen. Armstrong
John Williams Gen. Mayhew
Werner Peters Maj. Von Steignitz
James Gregory Gen. Homer Prentiss
Charles Gray Gen. Cox-Roberts
Vito Scotti Col. Ferrucci
Jacques Roux Gen. Rochambeau
Johnny Haymer Sgt. Pozzallo
Norman Fell Capt. Stanley
Buck Henry Stockade Commandant
Richard X. Slattery M.P. Sergeant
Fabrizio Mioni Lt. Rossano
Horst Ebersberg Lieutenant Gruber
George Ives Major

Technical Credits
Jack Smight Director
Alexander Golitzen Art Director
John P. Austin Set Decoration/Design
Henry Bumstead Art Director
Hal E. Chester Producer
Edith Head Costumes/Costume Designer
John McCarthy Set Decoration/Design
Russell Metty Cinematographer
Terence Nelson Asst. Director
Ronald Pierce Sound/Sound Designer
William Russell Sound/Sound Designer
Carlo Rustichelli Score Composer
Peter Stone Screenwriter
Frank Tarloff Screenwriter
Waldon O. Watson Sound/Sound Designer
Bud Westmore Makeup
J. Terry Williams Editor

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The Secret War of Harry Frigg 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SadieP More than 1 year ago
This is my all-time favorite movie-- I'm so glad it's actually being released here! Paul Newman is the best. he really has excellent comedic timing. Tom Bosley's a lot of fun in this too, and the whole cast does an excellent job. Yes, it's a silly movie, and not something that will go down in history as the greatest film ever made, but it's enjoyable and satisfying to watch.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Private Harry Frigg has never been good at anything until he is drafted into the US Army during WWII. His days as a goof ball are numbered however when the Army decides that his new found talent of escaping from any stockade they stick him in is just the ticket for freeing five Allied generals from an Italian villa. Promoted from Private to Major General ''... what happened to all the stuff in between, you know like seargent and captain?'', Harry discovers that everyone at the villa from the Italian Commander, to the Generals and even an Italian Countessa have all resigned from the war. What follows Harry's arrival is movie laughter and love as Harry is continually sidetracked by the Countessa and the bickering of the ''real'' generals who have yet to decide who is really in charge. Paul Newman's talents for comedy are marvelous and this movie is one of his finest ever.