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Michael Morris over 6 years ago
Anzio, also known as Lo Sbarco di Anzio or The Battle for Anzio, is a 1968 war film about Operation Shingle, the 1944 Allied seaborne assault on the Italian port of Anzio in World War II. The film was adapted from the book Anzio by Wynford Vaughan-Thomas, who had been the BBC war correspondent at the battle. The film starred Robert Mitchum, Peter Falk, and a variety of international film stars. The all-star cast mostly portrayed fictitious characters based on actual participants in the battle. The two exceptions were Wolfgang Preiss and Tonio Selwart, who respectively played Field Marshal Albert Kesselring and General Eberhard von Mackensen. This was a U.S./Italian co-production made in Italy with an Italian film crew; however, none of the major stars were Italian, nor were there any major Italian characters. The film was directed by Edward Dmytryk along with Italian director Duilio Coletti. The Italian public are portrayed speaking their native language, but in scenes involving the...
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