Wild Geese II (1985)

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A group of mercenaries is hired to spring Rudolf Hess from Spandau Prison in Berlin.


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  • Scott Glenn in Wild Geese II (1985)
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19 April 2000 | Piper12
A Wild Goose Chase
As a fan of the original "Wild Geese," I couldn't help but be crushingly disappointed by this disjointed, boring "sequel." Scott Glen goes through the film as if on Prozac and Barbara Carrera is strictly no-talent eye-candy. Edward Fox looks bored in yet another of his Jackal-ripoff roles. As for Laurence Olivier as Hess, well, it looks like he thought he would reprise his embarrassing performance as Neil Diamond's father in the 1980 "Jazz Singer." This was just one more of the many child-support-and-alimony-payments-are-due roles that crowded the end of his otherwise distinguished career.

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This movie was released seven years after The Wild Geese (1978).


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Berliner Luft
Music by
Paul Lincke (uncredited)
Performed by the Musikkorps der Polizei Berlin
Courtesy of EMI Electrola GmbH
Publisher Apollo Verlag GmbH

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