Where Eagles Dare

Where Eagles Dare
Where Eagles Dare

Year

1968

Duration

149 minutes

Genres

War Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

There's a big budget and plenty of big bangs in this war film written by Alistair MacLean - then king of the page-turning thriller - and starring Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood as leaders of a crack team sent to spring an American general from a Nazi fortress. Loaded with action and with a plot designed to provoke intense head-scratching (who exactly is trying to double-cross whom?) this box-office hit serves up World War Two as 1960s audiences wanted it: pure entertainment.

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PG Classification

This film has several uses of mild bad language

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