Ciao nemico (1983)

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Soon after the Allies land in Sicily, the U.S. Army finds itself on the other side of a 2,000 year old Roman bridge from the Italian Army. Both armies want to be the first to blow up the bridge, but they are both doing their best not to.


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17 June 2002 | superponte
A Turkey that should never have been cooked...
I came across this film at a video store. It used the American Title of the Odd Squad. It deals with story of a group of American soldiers who must protect a bridge in Italy during WW2. 10 minutes into it and you will be wishing that the Axis would walk in and re-enact Private Ryan on this bumbling group of fools. A terrible film. Avoid it at all costs.

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Release Date:

10 January 1983

Language

English, Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

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