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12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
Battle of The Eagles
Tells the tale of the Partisan Squadron Yugoslavian pilot group missions against the Nazi's.
Bekim Fehmiu, Velimir Zivojinovic, Ljubisa Samardzic.
Bekim Fehmiu (Serbian Cyrillic: ; 1 June 1936 – 15 June 2010) was a Yugoslavian theater and film actor of Albanian ethnicity.[1][2][3] He was the first Eastern European actor to star in Hollywood during the Cold War.
Velimir "Bata" Živojinovi (Serbian Cyrillic: "" ; 5 June 1933–22 May 2016) was a Serbian actor and politician. He acted in more than 340 films and TV series and is regarded one of the best actors in former Yugoslavia.
Ljubiša Samardži (Serbian Cyrillic: ; 19 November 1936 – 8 September 2017) was a Serbian actor and director, best known as Šurda in the Vru vetar TV series, and Inspector Boško Simi in the comedy crime series Policajac sa Petlovog brda (The Policeman from Petlovo Brdo) and film of the same name.
The Navy Way is a 1944 American film directed by William Berke concentrating on US Navy recruit training with many sequences filmed at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. The film had its premiere at the Genesee Theatre in nearby Waukegan, Illinois.
Robert Lowery as Johnny Zumano aka Johnny Jersey
Jean Parker as Ellen Sayre
William Henry as Malcolm Randall
Roscoe Karns as Frankie Gimble
Sharon Douglas as Trudy
Robert Armstrong as CPO Harper
Tom Keene as Steve Appleby
Larry Nunn as Billy Jamison
Mary Treen as Agnes
Wallace Pindell as Sailor Joslin
John 'Skins' Miller as Recruit Pop Lacy
Joseph Crehan as Chaplain Benson
Commander Hjalmar F. Hanson as Great Lakes Naval Station Choir Director
Art Lasky as Fighter
John J. 'Red' Madigan as Sailor
Prisoner In The Middle. Warhead is a 1977 American film directed by John O'Connor and produced by Buddy Ruskin who produced The Mod Squad. The film was originally shot in Israel in 1973 under the title Sabra Command.
The film is also known as Prisoner in the Middle, and Mission Overkill (in West Germany). In Mexico, it was released as Amenaza Nuclear ("Nuclear Threat").
David Janssen as Tony Stevens
Karin Dor as Lt. Liora
Christopher Stone as Captain Ben-David
Art Metrano as Mario
Tuvia Tavi as Meshugi
David Semadar as Malouf
Joan Freeman as Namoi
Mordechai Arnon as Pupik
Eddy Muktar as Hassan
Jacob Roda as Sammy
Poly Reshef as Rabbi
Itzik Weiss as Rony
Ellyn Stern as Shoshonna
Rachel Terry as Daphne
Nicholas Torzeski as CIA Agent
Arie Hamburger as Driver
D.R. Morris as General
Desert Commandos (Italian: Attentato ai tre grandi) is a 1967 war film set during World War II in Morocco where it was filmed. The Italian title (Attack on the Big Three) refers to a German commando group with a mission to assassinate Churchill, Roosevelt and de Gaulle at the Casablanca Conference.
The film is a character-based drama that focuses on the German soldiers' various drives and conflicts during encounters with Tuareg nomads, and French and American soldiers.
Ken Clark: Captain Fritz Schoeller
Horst Frank: Lt. Roland Wolf
Jeanne Valérie: Faddja Hassen
Carlo Hinterman: Sgt. Erich Huber
Howard Ross: Willy Mainz
Franco Fantasia: Major Dalio
Hardy Reichelt: Corporal Hans Ludwig
Fabienne Dali: Simone
John Stacy: Sir Bryan
Tom Felleghy: Colonel Ross
Gianni Rizzo: Perrier
The Battle of El Alamein (also known as Desert Tanks) is a European Macaroni-War film directed in 1969 by Giorgio Ferroni. It was a co-production between Italy (where it was released as La battaglia di El Alamein) and France (where is known as La bataille de El Alamein). The film depicts the Second Battle of El Alamein.
Frederick Stafford: Lt. Giorgio Borri
George Hilton: Lt. Graham
Michael Rennie: Gen. Bernard Law Montgomery
Robert Hossein: Field Marshal Erwin Rommel
Enrico Maria Salerno: Sgt. Maj. Claudio Borri
Marco Guglielmi: Capt. Hubert
Ettore Manni: Italian Captain
Gérard Herter: Gen. Schwartz
Ira Fürstenberg: Evelyn Baker
Giuseppe Addobbati: Gen. Georg Stumme
Manlio Busoni: Gen. Ettore Bastico
Salvatore Borgese: Kapow
Luciano Catenacci: Sgt. O'Hara
Nello Pazzafini: Italian Sergeant
One of Our Aircraft is Missing is a 1942 British war film, mainly set in the German-occupied Netherlands. It was the fourth collaboration between the British writer-director-producer team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and the first film they made under the banner of The Archers. Although considered a wartime propaganda film and made under the authority of the Ministry of Information as part of a series of film productions specifically aimed at morale in the United Kingdom, it is elevated by the story and production values above the usual jingoistic fare.[2] Today, One of Our Aircraft is Missing is considered one of the "best of British films of the era."
A reversal of the plot of Powell and Pressburger's previous film, 49th Parallel (1941), One of Our Aircraft is Missing has the British trying to escape with the help of various local people. In the 49th Parallel, the Germans stranded in Canada argued and fought amongst themselves, while the British fliers in this film work well together as a team.
Godfrey Tearle
Eric Portman
Hugh Williams
Bernard Miles
Hugh Burden
Emrys Jones
Googie Withers
Pamela Brown
Outpost in Morocco is a 1949 action adventure film directed by Robert Florey, starring George Raft and Marie Windsor. Paul Gerard (George Raft), a Moroccan Spahi officer and his French Foreign Legion garrison, holds off attacks from the native tribes of the Emir of Bel-Rashad (Eduard Franz), the father of Cara (Marie Windsor), the woman he loves. As a rarity amongst American films of the Foreign Legion genre, the Legion cooperated with the producers. A second unit led by Robert Rossen filmed scenes in Morocco. Some of the large scale action sGeorge Raft as Capt. Paul Gerard
Marie Windsor as Cara
Akim Tamiroff as Lt. Glysko
John Litel as Col. Pascal
Ern Verebes as Bamboule - Gerard's spahi orderly
Eduard Franz as Emir of Bel-Rashad
Crane Whitley as Caid Osman
Damian O'Flynn as Commandant Louis Fronval
Michael Ansara as Rifle Dispenser (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
John Doucette as Card-playing soldier (uncredited)
James Nolan as Legionnaire Colonel Pascal's aide (uncredited)
Suzanne Ridgeway as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Ivan Triesault as Tribal Leader (uncredited)
Scenes of the film were reused in Fort Algiers and Legion of the Doomed.
Pacific Inferno
Japanese invading the Philipines. General MacArthur ordered the dumping of millions of dollars of silver into Manila Bay so the Japanese could not get it.
Jim Brown, Richard Jaeckel, Timothy Brown.
1979 Color 90 Minutes.
The Steel Claw is a 1961 wartime drama set in the Philippines during World War II. It is an action-adventure film about a handicapped former Marine on a mission to rescue an officer in the early days of the Japanese invasion. The Steel Claw was directed, starred and co-scripted by George Montgomery.
George Montgomery as Capt. John Larsen
Charito Luna as Lolita
Mario Barri as Santana
Paul Sorensen as Gen. Frank Powers
Amelia De La Rama as Christina
Carmen Austin as Rosa
Ben Perez as Dolph Rodriguez
Battle of Blood Island is a 1960 American World War II war film filmed in Puerto Rico and directed by Joel Rapp. It was based on the 1958 short story Expect the Vandals by Philip Roth.[2] Filmgroup released the film, as a double feature with Ski Troop Attack.
Roger Corman appears at the end of the movie as an American soldier.
Richard Devon as Moe
Ron Kennedy as Ken
Blood on the Sun is a 1945 American drama romantic thriller war film directed by Frank Lloyd starring James Cagney and Sylvia Sidney. The film is based on a fictional history behind the Tanaka Memorial document.
The film won the Academy Award for Best Art Direction for a Black & White (Wiard Ihnen, A. Roland Fields) film in 1945.[4] A computer-colorized version of the film was created in 1993.
In 1973, the film entered the public domain in the USA due to the copyright claimants failure to renew the copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.
James Cagney as Nick Condon
Sylvia Sidney as Iris Hilliard
Porter Hall as Arthur Bickett
John Emery as Premier Giichi Tanaka
Robert Armstrong as Col. Hideki Tojo
Wallace Ford as Ollie Miller
Rosemary DeCamp as Edith Miller
John Halloran as Capt. Oshima
Leonard Strong as Hijikata
James Bell as Charley Sprague
Marvin Miller as Yamada
Rhys Williams as Joseph Cassell
Frank Puglia as Prince Tatsugi
Hugh Beaumont as Johnny Clarke (uncredited)
Commandos is an Italian "macaroni combat" war film starring Lee Van Cleef and Jack Kelly and is directed by Armando Crispino. It was released in Italy on 19 November 1968, and rated PG in the United States.
Lee Van Cleef ... Sgt. Sullivan
Jack Kelly ... Captain Valli
Giampiero Albertini ... Aldo
Marino Masé ... Italian Lt. Tomassini
Götz George ... Oberleutnant Rudi
Pier Paolo Capponi ... Corbi
Romano Puppo ... Dino
Ivano Staccioli ... Rodolfo, Radio Man
Marilů Tolo ... Adriana
Joachim Fuchsberger ... Oberleutnant Heitzel Agen (called "Professor")
Heinz Reincke ... Offizier Hans
Helmut Schmid ... Sergeant Miller
Otto Stern ... Sergeant Braumann
Pier Luigi Anchisi ... Riccio
Gianni Brezza ... Marco
Duilio Del Prete ... Bruno

12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.
12 Combat Classics Movies on DVD Set 8-9-10 (.84 cents each) 98 Photos & Bio.

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