PG | | Action, Drama, War
During World War II, several oddly assorted military experts are teamed in a mission to raid and destroy a bridge vital to enemy strategy.
Producer Oliver A. Unger once said of the long gap in time between the release of The Guns of Navarone (1961) and the making of this picture: "'Navarone' has had tremendously 'long legs'. It's kept doing the rounds of the cinemas all over the world, and it's also been tremendously popular ... ...
I don't suppose they taught you German at that awful school of yours?
Miller: What, instead of Latin? Heaven forbid, old boy.
In the long shots of the bridge we can see several short arches going down a hill leading to one long arch. In the close-up shots of the bridge (clearly a model) being destroyed by the river, the bridge's arches are of equal size and spacing, and sit on level ground.
Opening credits prologue: SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND 1943
English, Croatian, Serbian
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