Original film poster
|Directed by||Byron Haskin|
|Produced by||Ron W. Alcorn|
|Written by||R.W. Alcorn|
|July 9, 1961|
Armored Command is a 1961 World War II film directed by Byron Haskin filmed in Hohenfels, Bavaria but takes place in the Vosges Mountains during the Southern France campaign. It stars Howard Keel and Tina Louise.
"It was the one picture that Howard Keel didn't sing on," reminisced Burt Reynolds later. "That was a terrible mistake."
- Howard Keel as Col. Devlin
- Tina Louise as Alexandra Bastegar
- Warner Anderson as Lt. Col. Wilson
- Earl Holliman as Mike
- Carleton Young as Capt. Bart Macklin
- Burt Reynolds as Skee
- Marty Ingels as Pinhead
- Lt. Col. Thomas A Ryan as the Major (acted as the film's technical advisor)
- Workaholic Burt Reynolds sets up his next task: Light comedy Siskel, Gene. Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) [Chicago, Ill] 28 Nov 1976: e2.
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