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.
Common production personnel who worked on, or were credited for both this movie sequel and the original The Guns of Navarone (1961) included novelist Alistair MacLean, producer-scriptwriter Carl Foreman, production designer Geoffrey Drake, editor Raymond Poulton and production supervisor / production accountant Sidney G. Barnsby. Poulton was ... ...
Ah, tell me what has all this to do with that, uh, suitcase case you keep looking at?
Mallory: Well, that suitcase is full of our penicillin.
Maj. Schroeder: Oh, indeed. Perhaps I could see some it?
Mallory: Certainly, Major. Open it Miller.
Miller: You can't do that here, sir. You'll ruin ...
The exterior shot of Mallory and Barnsby entering the dam shows Barnsby pulling the door outward. The interior shot shows him pushing the door in.
Opening credits prologue: SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND 1943
English, Croatian, Serbian
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