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Original title: 1959 Never so few
English: Alternative: Campaign Burma , USA
German: Wenn das Blut kocht
Polish: Tak niewielu
French: La proie des vautours

Directed by
John Sturges

Writing credits
Tom T. Chamales (novel)
Millard Kaufman

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete
Frank Sinatra    Capt. Tom Reynolds
Gina Lollobrigida    Carla Vesari
Peter Lawford    Capt. Grey Travis
Steve McQueen    Cpl. Bill Ringa
Richard Johnson    Capt. Danny De Mortimer
Paul Henreid    Nikko Regas
Brian Donlevy    Gen. Sloan
Dean Jones    Sgt. Jim Norby
Charles Bronson    Sgt. John Danforth
Philip Ahn    Nautaung
Robert Bray    Col. Fred Parkson
Kipp Hamilton    Margaret Fitch
John Hoyt    Col. Reed
Whit Bissell    Capt. Alofson
Richard Lupino    Mike Island
Aki Aleong    Billingsly

rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Bateman    Pilot (uncredited)
John Bryant    Aide (uncredited)
W.T. Chang    Elderly Chinese (uncredited)
Spencer Chan    Merchant (uncredited)
Isabel Cooley    Shan girl (uncredited)
Jim Cronin    Sergeant (uncredited)
Noel De Souza    Secretary (uncredited)
Ross Elliott    Dr. Barry (uncredited)
James Hong    Gen. Chao (ambassador) (uncredited)
Morgan Jones    Co-pilot (uncredited)
George Khoury    Headwaiter (uncredited)
Robert Kino    La-Bung La (uncredited)
Guy Lee    Bye Ya (uncredited)
Leon Lontoc    Laurel (uncredited)
Paul Maxwell    Co-pilot (uncredited)
Rollin Moriyama    Scout (uncredited)
Leo Needham    Pilot (uncredited)
Maggie Pierce    Nurse (uncredited)
William Smith    MP officer #1 (uncredited)
George Takei    Soldier in hospital (uncredited)
Irene Tedrow    Nurse (uncredited)
Marie Tsien    Euurasian girl (uncredited)

Produced by
Edmund Grainger    producer

Original Music by
Hugo Friedhofer

Cinematography by
William H. Daniels

Film Editing by
Ferris Webster

Art Direction by
Addison Hehr
Hans Peters

Set Decoration by
Henry Grace
Richard Pefferle

Costume Design by
Helen Rose

Makeup Department
Sydney Guilaroff    hair stylist
William Tuttle    makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hank Moonjean    assistant director
Robert E. Relyea    assistant director

Sound Department
Franklin Milton    recording supervisor

Special Effects by
Robert R. Hoag    special effects
Lee LeBlanc    special effects
Cliff Shirpser    effects camera operator (uncredited)

Other crew
Charles K. Hagedon    color consultant
Charles Wolcott    conductor
 

Steve McQueen's role was originally going to be played by Sammy Davis Jr.. A feud had broken out between Davis and Frank Sinatra after Davis had claimed in a radio interview that he was a greater singer than Sinatra. Sinatra demanded he be dropped from the cast, and McQueen got the part.

Other info:
Also Known As:
Campaign Burma (USA) (alternative title)
Runtime: 125 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color (Metrocolor)
Sound Mix: Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Certification: Finland:K-16 / Argentina:16