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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Jason Connery; Francesco Quinn; Jinny Steffan; Manfred Lehmann; Luisa Maneri; Horst Schon; David Brandon; Donald Pleasence; Glenn Ford; Terence Stamp; Michael Culver; Carmen Du Sautoy; Robin Sachs; Walter Wolf King; Parkarkarkus.; Joan Woodbury; John Carradine; J Carrol Naish; Maris Wrixon; Edwin Maxwell; Lee Van Cleef; Jack Kelly; Giampiero Albertini; Marino Masé; Götz George; Pier Paolo Capponi; Rick Jason; Peter Brown; Yehoram Gaʼon; Yosef Shiloaḥ; Bill Nighy; Lucy Gutteridge; David Warner; José Ferrer; Carroll Baker; Tony Randall; Van Johnson; Henry Nakamura; Warner Anderson; Don Haggerty; Sergio Martino; Roberto Leoni; Ernesto Gastaldi; Luigi Ceccarell; Giancarlo Ferrando; Eugenio Albiso; Richard Everitt; William Brayne; Murray Smith; Christopher Gunning; Bob Morton; Anthony Price; George M Merrick; Albert Herman; L R Brown; Arthur St Claire; Sherman Lane; Edward Linden; Arthur Alexander; Steve Sekely; Martin Mooney; Irwin Franklin; Lee Zahler; Charles Henkel; Armando Crispino; Lucio Battistrada; Stefano Strucchi; Dario Argento; Don Martin; Arthur Brauner; Mario Nascimbene; Benito Frattari; Daniele Alabiso; Menahem Golan; Joseph Gross; Dov Seltzer; Jacob Kalach; Cleofe Conversi; Aida Young; Lukas Heller; Jim Goddard; John Shirley; Richard Hartley, (Composer); Ernest Vincze; Dore Schary; Robert Pirosh; Paul C Vogel; James E Newcom; Alberto Colombo; Chroscicki and Sosone.; Platinum Disc Corporation.|
|Notes:||"8 feature films"--Container.
Includes interactive menus and scene index.
|Credits:||Disc 1. Casablanca express produced by Pietro Innocenzi ; directed by Sergio Martino, screenplay, Roberto Leoni, Ernesto Gastaldi, Sergio Martino ; music, Luigi Ceccarell ; photography, Giancarlo Ferrando ; editor, Eugenio Albiso ; story by Roberto Leoni. The Cold war killers produced by Richard Everitt ; directed by William Brayne ; screenplay, Murray Smith ; music, Christopher Gunning ; editor, Bob Morton ; story by Anthony Price. A yank in Libya produced by Geo. M. Merrick ; directed by Albert Herman ; edited by L.R. Brown ; story and screenplay by Arthur St. Claire and Sherman Lane ; photography, Edward Linden. Waterfront produced by Arthur Alexander ; directed by Steve Sekely ; screenplay by Martin Mooney and Irwin R. Franklin ; music, Lee Zahler ; photography, Robert Cline ; editor, Charles Henkel, Jr. Disc 2. Commandos produced by Chroscicki and Sosone ; directed by Armando Crispino ; script by Lucio Battistrada, Armando Crispino, Stefano Strucchi, Dario Argento ; story by Don Martin and Arthur Brauner ; music, Mario Nascimbene ; photography, Benito Frattari ; editor, Daniele Alabiso. Eagles attack at dawn produced and directed by Menahem Golan ; script by Yoseph Gross ; music, Dov Seltzer, photography, Jacob Kalach ; editor, Cleofe Conversi. Hilter's SS: protrait in evil produced by Aida Young ; written by Lukas Heller ; directed by Jim Goddard ; editor, John Shirley ; music, Richard Hartley ; photography, Ernest Vincze. Go for broke produced by Dore Schary ; written and directed by Robert Pirosh ; photography, Paul C. Vogel ; editor, James E. Newcom ; music, Alberto Colombo.|
|Cast:||Disc 1. Casablanca express: Jason Connery, Francesco Quinn, Jinny Steffan, Manfred Lehmann, Luisa Maneri, Horst Schon, David Brandon, Donald Pleasence, Glenn Ford. The cold war killers: Terence Stamp, Michael Culver, Carmen du Sautoy, Robin Sachs. A yank in Libya: Walter Wolf King, Parkarkarkus, Joan Woodbury. Waterfront: John Carradine, J. Carrol Naish, Maris Wrixon, Edwin Maxwell. Disc2. Commandos: Lee Van Cleef, Jack Kelly, Giampiero Albertini, Marino Masé, Götz George, Pier Paolo Capponi. Eagles attack at dawn: Rick Jason, Peter Brown, Yehorah Gaon, Joseph Shiloah. Hitler's SS: portrait in evil: Bill Nighy, Lucy Gutteridge, David Warner, Jose Ferrer, Carroll Baker, Tony Randall. Go for Broke: Van Johnson, Henry Nakamura, Warner Anderson, Don Haggerty.|
|Target Audience:||Rated 13. Not suitable under 13 years.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (approximately 300 min.) : sd., black and white and color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD format. Digitally mastered. Digitally enhanced audio 5.1.|
|Contents:||Casablanca express / with Glenn Ford (1988, col.) --
Waterfront / with John Carradine (1944, b&w) --
Cold war killers / with Michael Culver (1986, col.) --
A Yank in Libya / with H.B. Warner (1942, b&w) --
Commandos / with Lee Van Cleef (1968, col.) --
Eagles attack at dawn / with Peter Brown (1970, col.) --
Hitler's SS: portrait of evil / with Joseʹ Ferrer (1985, col.) --
Go for broke / with Van Johnson (1951, col.).
|Other Titles:||Portrait of evil|
Disc 2. Commandos: "U.S. Army Sgt. Sullivan is in an against-all-odds war adventure about a group of misfit soldiers he trains to stage a daring mission in North Africa. The platoon is ordered to take over an Italian camp, but as soon as the American soldiers reach their target, all hell breaks loose when some unexpected twists get in the way of completing their mission." Eagles attack at dawn: This story "is centered on a rescue mission to retrieve Israeli commandos from a Syrian prison. The operation is a covert maneuver involving members of the Israeli Army and Security Services".--Container. Hitler's SS: portrait of evil: "An overall look at Hitler's regime, focusing in on two young brothers from Berlin who join the Nazi camp"--Container. Go for broke: "The 442nd Regimental Combat Team is honored due to its make-up of mostly Japanese-American volunteers who loyally and courageously fought in World War II against their homeland and in the name of the United States. In particular, the film focuses on Lt. Mike Grayson, who holds prejudices against his men; ideas that were prevalent about all Japanese-Americans at the time. But as he watches the valiant men selflessly engage in battle, the lieutenant's biases are slowly chipped away until they are completely dissolved by the end of the war"--Container.
- War films.
- Feature films.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Germany -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Libya -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Great Britain -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans -- Drama.
- Spies -- Drama.
- Japanese Americans.
- Great Britain.
- United States.