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Cry 'Havoc' (1943) was a War - Drama Film directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Edwin H. Knopf.

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Sadie - Cook: Horse meat, mule meat, monkey meat. What's the difference?

Flo Norris: They say after you've been in the army for a while you can do anything a horse does.
Helen Domeret: I don't *want* to do what a horse does.

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The play originally opened in a small theater in Hollywood, California, USA in late September 1942, with the title "Cry Havoc". It opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 25 December 1942 with the title "Proof Through the Night", but changed the title back to "Cry Havoc" on 30 December 1942, probably because of bad notices. However, it closed on 2 January 1943 after only 11 performances. The opening night cast included Carol Channing and Ann Shoemaker.
Morris Ankrum is in studio records for playing "Chaplain" in this film, but he did not appear in the released print.
During the Hollywood run, MGM purchased the rights to the play for $20,000 and later paid an additional $15,000 for the rights to the Broadway production.
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