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When Willie Comes Marching Home Overview:

When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950) was a Comedy - War Film directed by John Ford and produced by Fred Kohlmar.

Academy Awards 1950 --- Ceremony Number 23 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best WritingSy GombergNominated
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William 'Bill' Kluggs: The War went on, and I didn't. They shipped soldiers east, and they shipped 'em west, but you'd have thought I had a long-term lease.


William 'Bill' Kluggs: Somehow that stop-off at Loring Field began to stretch out like a visiting mother-in-law.


Yvonne Le Tete: You don't feel so good, Willie, do you?
William 'Bill' Kluggs: Yeah, I don't feel so good!
Yvonne Le Tete: Mal-de-tete?
William 'Bill' Kluggs: Yeah, and I got a headache too!


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Vera Miles' film debut.
June Haver declined to play the role of Marge Fettles. In response, Twentieth Century-Fox placed Miss Haver on suspension.
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