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G.I. Blues (1960) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Norman Taurog and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Paul Nathan.

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Tulsa McLean: [singing] Can't you see, I love you, / Please don't break my heart in two. / That's not hard to do / 'Cause I don't have a wooden heart.


Trudy: I borrow a car from my uncle Otto, we go drive tonight?
Tulsa McLean: We gotta play tonight.
Trudy: Ja wohl.
Tulsa McLean: I mean here.
Trudy: But I borrowed the car.
Tulsa McLean: Maybe later, keep your engine running.


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Ursula Andress tested for the role of Lili which eventually went to Juliet Prowse. Also May Britt and Elke Sommer were considered for the role.
Anna Maria Alberghetti was originally set for the role of Tina which went to Letícia Román.
All of the main cast scenes were filmed in Hollywood on indoor sets, in front of process screens, and on backlots. Location and exterior shots were filmed in Germany, but they used stand-ins and were intercut with the process-screen shots.
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