The Charge of the Light Brigade

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United Artists Released 1968

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    • When this film first opened in London in April of 1968, its director, Tony Richardson, caused a storm of controversy by refusing to show it at a press show in advance of the premiere. He gained a great deal of publicity by referring to the London film critics as "eunuchs"; many felt obliged to praise the film in order to show they were not affected by this insult. However, it eventually emerged that, in fact, Richardson had not finished editing the film by the time of the premiere, and hence it was not in a fit state to be shown to critics a few days earlier. A brief animation sequence was added to the film after the London opening.

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Military & War