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The Red Beret (1953) was a Drama - War Film directed by Terence Young and produced by Anthony Bushell, Irving Allen and Albert R. Broccoli.

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According to the auto-biography of Albert R. Broccoli 'When The Snow Melts', when this film was linked to studio RKO_Radio Pictures, the legal document for RKO to distribute this movie was signed by Howard Hughes in the lavatory of the home of Walter Kane. Producer Albert R. Broccoli had had considerable difficulties in contacting reclusive and elusive Hughes. Broccoli located him at Kane's house where he slipped the document under the door where it was signed by Hughes.
First film of Carl Duering.
About an hour into the film, Leo Genn enters his office and tosses his hat across the room where it lands on a hat rack. A similar bit was a running gag in the early James Bond films which also had Terence Young directing and Richard Maibaum writing.
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