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1964 film by Edward Montagne

McHale's Navy

Release date 1964
Released54 years (approx) ago
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Murray (Gavin McLeod) and Marie (Joyce Bulifant) Slaughter have several lovely daughters, but Murray longs for a son. The couple decides to fix the problem by adopting a boy (Michael Higa). From The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

About McHale's Navy

McHale's Navy is a 1964 technicolor movie based on the 1962–1966 black and white television sitcom McHale's Navy starring a slimmed down Ernest Borgnine, Tim Conway and Joe Flynn, which had in turn originated with a one-hour anthology drama starring Borgnine entitled Seven Against the Sea. The movie version was directed by series producer Edward J. Montagne and its supporting cast includes Carl Ballantine, Gavin MacLeod, Jean Willes, Claudine Longet, and George Kennedy. The movie was followed by a sequel entitled McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force which did not feature Borgnine or Carl Ballantine. Another film, also called McHale's Navy, was released in 1997 with a completely different plot and an entirely different cast except for Borgnine playing a 35-year-older McHale. In nearly everyway the 1964 movie is merely an extension of the TV series and allows fans of the TV series to see the show in vibrant color. Even the film location for New Caledonia is identical to the one used in the series. For more information on the main characters see the TV series McHale's Navy. The movie was released on DVD for Region 1 on January 31, 2011. The film was released following the end of the second season of the television series.