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Across the Bridge (1957) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Ken Annakin and produced by Earl St. John and John Stafford.

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Across the Bridge (1957)

By Beatrice on Jun 1, 2016 From Flickers in Time

Across the Bridge Directed by Ken Annakin Written by Guy Elmes and Dennis Freeman; story by Graham Greene 1957/UK The Rank Organization First viewing/Netflix Rod Steiger pulls off a masterful, restrained performance as a corrupt German businessman. Financier Carl Schaffner (Steiger) has lived i... Read full article


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Rod Steiger insisted on two weeks of rehearsal so that he could fully get to grips with the nature of his character.
The dog was credited in the main titles as "Dolores", the name of the character. It was found in a dogs' home in Liverpool. Its trainer gained enough publicity from the film that he was able to set up the Dolores Dog Home.
Although set in America, this was filmed entirely in England for the interiors and Spain for the exteriors, doubling up for Mexico.
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