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Cast a Giant Shadow (1966) was a Adventure - Drama Film directed by Melville Shavelson and produced by Melville Shavelson and Michael Wayne.

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Gen. Mike Randolph: If I were running the Pentagon, I'd have you stood up against the wall. Instead, they'll probably pin a medal on you. Have you ever heard of the word *discipline*? A staff officer acting like a kid playing Cowboys-and-Indians is an example that could cost a hundred lives. What are you trying to prove, Marcus?
Col. David 'Mickey' Marcus: I wish the h__l I knew, sir.

Abou Ibn Kader: Not familiar with these hills? I was having women in these hills when your father was still sucking milk.

Maj. Safir: Colonel Marcus?
Bert Harrison: Merry Christmas.
Maj. Safir: My name is Safir, and my business is private.
Col. David 'Mickey' Marcus: Bert Harrison, my law partner. Mr. Safir, who conducts his private business in Macy's window.

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During filming in August 1965 John Wayne enraged director Melville Shavelson with his views on the Watts Riots.
Director Melville Shavelson and Kirk Douglas fought throughout the shoot. At one point, Shavelson even walked off the set, leaving his assistant to take over for the day.
Michael Douglas' movie debut.
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