Captain Newman, M.D. (1963)

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In 1944, an Army doctor is in charge of a neuropsychiatric ward at an Army Air Corps hospital in Arizona, and he must deal with a variety of tough cases.


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  • Gregory Peck and Bobby Darin in Captain Newman, M.D. (1963)

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Director:

David Miller

Writers:

Richard L. Breen (screenplay), Phoebe Ephron (screenplay), Henry Ephron (screenplay), Leo Rosten (novel)

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28 May 2005 | rick_bush
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| I really liked Captain Newman, M.D.
I enjoyed the movie very much. Of course I am one of those baby boomer's born after World War II. So I and my siblings would play war (those were the days when parents would remind their charges that movies were make believe). So being 12 years old at the time, "Captain Newman, M.D." was one of the few adult films that I as a kid that I enjoyed and understood. Even being that young I had for the most part enjoyed, Gregory Peck, Tony Curtis, Bobby Darin and Eddie Albert in their respective rolls. I felt for Eddie's character as a Colonel Norval Algate Bliss. Having sent his people out to death, it was a memory his character could not live with. To me, he played the character well, not just acting, but because he had "been there, done that" and so he had seen his share of death during World War II at Tarawa. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys acting at its best.

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