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The Pride and the Passion (1957) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Stanley Kramer and produced by Stanley Kramer.

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Earl Felton's uncredited re-writes were the subject of Mike Walker's play "The Gun Goes to Hollywood", broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 14 March 2011.
In an attempt to improve her lingual skills, Sophia Loren underwent a crash course in English on the advice of then agent (and husband-to-be) Carlo Ponti.
By all accounts, Frank Sinatra was at his most obstreperous throughout the making of this film. Among other things, he refused to use the car supplied him by the studio, insisting upon having his Ford Thunderbird flown all the way to Spain at the studio's expense. In addition, he almost caused an international incident when he hung a banner from his hotel room window reading "Franco is a Fink", referring to Spain's dictator, Francisco Franco. In hindsight, Sinatra referred to the whole experience as "underwhelming".
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