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(ABC, 5/3/1979 to 5/6/1979, 3 Parts, 120 mins each, 6 hours). Eisenhower the military man is the focus of this six hour miniseries, his relationship with the other wartime leaders, and, very discreetly, his personal relationship with his driver, Kay Summersby. “Ike” came up with five Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Cinematography (Part 2), Outstanding Film Editing (Part 3), and three others in the technical category. Based on the 1976 book “Past Forgetting” by Kay Summersby Morgan, the production subsequently was cut to four hours and retitled “Ike: The War Years.”

Production Company ABC Circle Films. Director Boris Sagal (Europe), Melville Shavelson (USA and North Africa). Executive Producer Melville Shavelson. Producer Bill McCutchen. Teleplay Melville Shavelson. Based on a Book by Kay Summersby Morgan. Photography (USA) Arch R. Dalzell. Photography (Europe) Freddie Young. Music Fred Karlin. Choreographer (Europe) Marge Champion. Choreographer (USA) Miriam Nelson. Editors (USA) John M. Woodcock, Kent Schafer. Editor (Europe) Bill Lenny. Art Director (Europe) Peter Murton. Art Director (USA) Ward Preston.

Cast Robert Duvall (Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower), Lee Remick (Kay Summersby), Dana Andrews (Gen. George C. Marshall), J.D. Cannon (Gen. Walter Bedell Smith), Paul Gleason (Capt. Ernest “Tex” Lee), Laurence Luckinbill (Maj. Richard Arnold), Darren McGavin (Gen. George S. Patton), Wensley Pithey (Winston Churchill), Ian Richardson (Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery), Stephen Roberts (Franklin Delano Roosevelt), William Schallert (Gen. Mark Clark), Wolfgang Preiss (Field Marshal Alfred Jodl), Bonnie Bartlett (Mamie Eisenhower), Charles H. Gray (Gen. Lucian Truscott), Lowell Thomas (Himself), Vernon Dobtcheff (Gen. Charles DeGaulle), Richard Herd (Gen. Omar Bradley), K Callan (Mrs. Westerfield.), Terry Alexander (Gen. Arthur Tedder), Charles Gray (Gen. “Freddie” DeGuingand), Clifton Jones (Sergeant Hunt), Michael Malnick (General Strong), Vincent Marzello (Mickey McKeogh), Francis Matthews (Noel Coward), Patricia Michael (Gertrude Lawrence), Major Wiley (Sergeant Moaney), Jonathan Banks (1st sergeant), William Boyett (Gen. Ward Hoffenberg), Anne Clements (Cockney mum), Patrick Culliton (Young lieutenant), David DeKeyser (Field Marshal Sir Alan Booke), Clifford Earl (Lord Mountbatten), Don Fellows (Gen. Carl Spaatz), Mitchell Group (2nd sergeant), Lise Hilboldt (Jean Dixon), Peter Hobbs (Admiral with pointer), Ronald Leigh-Hunt (General Pagel), James Keane (Corporal), Julia McKenzie (Sybil Bryan), Richard McKenzie (Colonel Offenheim), Maurice Marsac (Gen. Henri Giraud), Joe Unger (Private), Lloyd Alan (3rd sergeant), Redmond Gleeson (Riley), Robert James (Captain Burns).

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