PG | | Drama, History, War
Operation Market Garden, September 1944: The Allies attempt to capture several strategically important bridges in the Netherlands in the hope of breaking the German lines.
This was the first of a two-picture deal that Sir Richard Attenborough signed with producer Joseph E. Levine. The other being Magic (1978). Attenborough happily signed on with Levine in the hope of getting the financing in place for Gandhi (1982), though Levine ultimately decided not to get involved with that project.
My general says, please take it. It's very good chocolate. Your planes dropped it to us yesterday.
Lt. Gen. Wilhelm Bittrich: English?
When General Horrocks is on the stairs of a factory and uses binoculars to look at his tanks, he covers one lens with his fingers while looking thru the binoculars. On a second shot, it looks OK.
German theatrical version was edited (violence and dialogue) by ca. 12,5 minutes to secure a "Not under 12" rating (an additional scene was removed in the TV version). This version was used for all home video releases before DVD. For the DVD release in 2003 MGM put back all the scenes cut for violence but not the dialogue scenes, which were not dubbed in 1977.
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