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Kevin Barrett over 4 years ago
My fav Frank movie.
Ivan D'souza over 6 years ago
Train escape flick set in Europe during World War II. Nice background score
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Chelsey Pittman over 4 years ago
Morgan Roman 5 years ago
Jim Barton almost 6 years ago
Autumn Bloch over 6 years ago
Michael Morris over 6 years ago
Michael Norman almost 7 years ago
Von Ryan's Express is a 1965 World War II adventure film starring Frank Sinatra and Trevor Howard, based on a novel by David Westheimer, and directed by Mark Robson. Colonel Joseph L. Ryan (Frank Sinatra) is an American pilot whose P-38 Lightning is shot down. He is captured by Italian troops and taken to an Italian prisoner-of-war camp in Italy, run by the cruel Blackshirt Major Battaglia (Adolfo Celi). The camp is populated mainly by British prisoners (9th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, 167 Infantry Brigade, 56th (London) Infantry Division). The previous British commanding officer, Col. Brian Lockhart, had recently died as a result of harsh camp discipline, specifically in being put in the metal "sweat box." When Ryan arrives in camp, Major Eric Fincham (Trevor Howard) is the ranking British officer. The American colonel being senior to Fincham, Ryan assumes command of the prisoners. Ryan pays respect to his predecessor by refusing to sit in the late commanding officer's chair. When an...
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