The Americanization of Emily (1964)
|Producer(s)||John Calley (associate), Martin Ransohoff|
|Top Genres||Comedy, Drama, Film Adaptation, War|
|Top Topics||Book-Based, World War II|
The Americanization of Emily Overview:
The Americanization of Emily (1964) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Arthur Hiller and produced by John Calley and Martin Ransohoff.
A cynical American naval officer (Garner) first clashes with and then falls in love with his idealistic British driver (Andrews), a war widow. After convincing her to enjoy life, he is selected by the Navy's PR machine to become "the Unknown Sailor," the first man to die landing at Normandy on D-Day. An often brilliant script by Paddy Chayefsky elevates this one well above the average fare.
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Academy Awards 1964 --- Ceremony Number 37 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Art Direction||Art Direction: George W. Davis, Hans Peters, Elliot Scott; Set Decoration: Henry Grace, Robert R.||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Philip H. Lathrop||Nominated|
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Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: And what do you get out of it?
Emily Barham: I'll settle for a Hershey bar.
Petty Officer Enright: Hey Bus, there's - there's a million of 'em there. There's correspondents all over the place. Hi Charlie.
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: All right, fink, how do you want me to play it? Modest and self-effacing?
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Hi, Harry. It'll only be a few moments, sir. Put that hand luggage in the automobile. Paul? Paul!
Chief Petty Officer Paul Adams: Yeah.
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Put the footlocker in the jeep. Everything else goes in the two-and-a-half. Unloading shouldn't take long, so you won't be more than a few minutes behind us. I'll see you back at the hotel. Harry. Is everything set at the hotel?
[Slaps driver on butt]
Female driver, unidentified: Hiya, Charlie.
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James Garner says that this is his favorite of his movies.
The role of Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison was originally offered to William Holden, while James Garner was considered for the part of "Bus" Cummings.
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