Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood, Mary Ure, Patrick Wymark
Alistair MacLean (Screenplay), Alistair MacLean (Story), Brian G. Hutton (Director)
Release: Dec. 4th, 1968
Runtime: 2 hours, 35 minutes
World War II is raging, and an American general has been captured and is being held hostage in the Schloss Adler, a Bavarian castle that's nearly impossible to breach. It's up to a group of skilled Allied soldiers to liberate the general before it's too late.
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Unlike other war movies of similar ilk, The Dirty Dozen & Raid on Entebbe...this is not a buddy picture or even a character driven film, it's an intelligently written, strategy film.