Churchill's Leopards (1970)

  |  Action, Thriller, War

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The mission: The British have to carry out a plan hatched by Churchill himself to blow up a French dam, by bringing in commandos led by the twin brother of the German commander.



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1 September 2002 | Sorsimus
| Routine movie featuring the great Kinski
A routine Italian low budget war action movie about English dam busters working in occupied France. Best feature in the film is, obviously, the great Klaus Kinski whose SS captain brings a sinister edge to the final battle.

All in all an interesting film that suffers from the same problem than most of its peers: lack of ambition. The only scene that stands out is the execution of the resistance leader (by Kinski's SS men), which makes one wonder why the rest of the film wasn't made with similar effort.

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Release Date:

14 August 1970



Country of Origin

Italy, Spain

Filming Locations

Estudios Ballesteros, Madrid, Spain

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