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Jonathan Evans over 4 years ago
As action packed and suspenseful as a James Bond film, amazing effects for 1969.
Dominic Dirupo almost 8 years ago
Richard Burton brings his alpha male a-game here. Preposterous plot but still fun
J. Duval almost 8 years ago
Part war, part drama, part adventure and part mystery. Long been one of my favorites.
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 2 years ago
Scott Hume over 4 years ago
Randy Dumont 5 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 5 years ago
Simon Taylor almost 6 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 6 years ago
Bare wire over 6 years ago
Carlos over 6 years ago
Anders Klingsheim over 6 years ago
Tom VanNoorloos almost 7 years ago
ET 7 years ago
Ben Wheatley 7 years ago
Nathan Blick over 7 years ago
Michael Morris over 7 years ago
Michael Norman almost 8 years ago
Peter Renshaw almost 8 years ago
Where Eagles Dare is a 1968 World War II action-adventure spy film starring Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary Ure. It was directed by Brian G. Hutton and shot on location in Upper Austria and Bavaria. Alistair MacLean wrote the novel and the screenplay at the same time. It was his first screenplay; both film and book became commercial successes. The production hired some of the top moviemaking professionals and is considered a classic. Major contributors included Yakima Canutt, the Hollywood stuntman, who as second-unit director shot most of the action scenes, British stuntman Alf Joint who doubled for Burton in sequences such as the fight on top of the cable car, award-winning conductor and composer Ron Goodwin who wrote the film score and future Oscar-nominee Arthur Ibbetson, who worked on its cinematography. It is World War II, in the winter of 1943-44; U.S. Army Brigadier General George Carnaby, one of the chief planners of D-Day, is captured by the Germans when his aircraft...
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