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Soldier in the Rain (1963) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Ralph Nelson and produced by Blake Edwards, Martin Jurow and Dick Crockett.

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Why I Blog About Movies – Soldier In The Rain (1963)

By Michael on Jul 26, 2015 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

There are a number of reasons that I decided to start this particular blog. Soldier in the Rain is one of them. Now don’t misunderstand what I’m saying here. This is one of those movies that until a relatively short while ago I had never even heard of, and I’m going to bet that mos... Read full article

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Jackie Gleason released a version of the title music as a single on Capitol in early 1964, with another Henry Mancini composition, Bird Brain, as the b-side. This puts Soldier in the Rain in the same category as Thunder Road and Because They're Young: movies which had a version of the theme song performed by a member of the cast and released as a single, while that version wasn't the one used in the movie.
In the beginning Eustis Clay is seen admiring a parked sports car. It is a 1962 or early 1963 Shelby AC Cobra, one of the first cars Caroll Shelby made, and extremely valuable.
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Also directed by Ralph Nelson

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Also released in 1963

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