Patton   (1970) Best Picture - Patton

Patton 5.00/5 2 Votes

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Country | USA
Running Time | 172 Minutes
Type |
Language | English, German, French, Russian, Arabic, Italian
Genres | Biography, Drama, War

Production Dates | 1969-02-03 ~ 1969-08-01
Release Information

Directed by | Franklin J. Schaffner
Cinematography by | Fred J. Koenekamp
Edited by | Hugh S. Fowler

Starring ~ George C. Scott, Karl Malden, Stephen Young

Camera Aperture
Sound Systems
6-Track 70mm (70 mm prints)
DTS 70mm Sound (70 mm re-release)
Mono (35 mm prints)
Distribution Resolution
Distribution Medium
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography (as Fred Koenekamp
Edited by
Written by
Screen Story And Screenplay
Screen Story And Screenplay
Based On Factual Material From Patton: Ordeal And Triumph
Based On Factual Material From: A Soldier's Story
Produced by
Associate Producer
Production Management
Unit Production Manager
Unit Production Manager (as Eduardo G. Maroto)
Unit Production Manager
Production Manager (uncredited)
Post-production Supervisor (uncredited)
Original Music by
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
(as Pierre-Louis Thevenet)
Art Direction by
Art Director
Casting by
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Assistant Director (as Jose Lopez Rodero)
Second Unit Director (as Michael Moore)
Assistant Director (uncredited)
Second Assistant Director (uncredited)
Camera & Electrical Department
Second Unit Cameraman
Second Unit Cameraman
Assistant Camera (uncredited)
Assistant Camera (uncredited)
First Assistant Camera (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Digital Color Correction (uncredited)
Visual Effects Department
Special Photographic Effects
Special Photographic Effects
Special Effects Department
Mechanical Effects
Art Department
Storyboard Artist (uncredited)
Painter (uncredited)
Property Master (uncredited)
Assistant Art Director (uncredited)
Assistant Supervising Art Director (uncredited)
Sound Department
Sound Producer (as Don Bassman)
Sound Supervisor
Sound Re-recordist (as Ted Soderberg)
Sound Re-recordist
Sound Re-recordist (as Douglas Williams)
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Makeup Supervisor
Music Department
Musician: Violin
Musician: Balalaika
Musician: Drums
Musician: Clarinet
Musician: Balalaika
Musician: Saxophone
Musician: Piano
Musician: Violin
Musician: Bass
Musician: Viola
Musician: Trombone
Music Contractor
General George S. Patton Jr.
General Omar N. Bradley
Captain Chester B. Hansen
Brigadier General Hobart Carver
General Bradley's Driver (as Cary Loftin)
Moroccan Minister
Lieutenant Colonel Henry Davenport
Captain Richard N. Jenson
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel
General Patton's Driver
First Lieutenant Alexander Stiller (as Patrick J. Zurica)
Sergeant William George Meeks
Colonel Gaston Bell
Lieutenant General Harry Buford
Air Vice-Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham
Colonel General Alfred Jodl (as Richard Muench)
Captain Oskar Steiger
Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery
Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Codman
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder
General Sir Harold Alexander
Major General Walter Bedell Smith
Colonel John Welkin
Third Army Chaplain
Correspondent (as Sandy Kevin)
Major General Francis De Guingand
Major General Lucian K. Truscott
Soldier Who Gets Slapped
Tank Captain
British Briefing Officer (as Alan MacNaughton)
Soldier (uncredited)
Lieutenant Young (uncredited)
Soldier (uncredited)
Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Knustford Welcome Club Dignitary (uncredited)
Officer Callagher (uncredited)
Major Dorian Von Haarenwege (uncredited)
Himself (archive Footage) (uncredited)
Cynical Wounded Soldier (uncredited)
Himself - Movietone News Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
American GI Cook (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
Senior Military Advisor
Technical Advisor
Technical Advisor
Military Advisor: Spanish
Process Consultant
Process Consultant
Production Accountant
Army Supervisor
Stunt Department
Action Coordinator
Stunt Coordinator
Stunt Double
Transportation Department
Military Vehicles Coordinator
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