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Battle of the Bulge (1965) was a War - Action Film directed by Ken Annakin and produced by Dino De Laurentiis, Milton Sperling, Sidney Harmon and Philip Yordan.

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Battle of the Bulge (1965)

By Beatrice on Sep 5, 2018 From Flickers in Time

Battle of the Bulge Directed by Ken Annakin Written by Philip Yordan, Milton Sperling, and John Melson 1965/USA United States Pictures/Cinerama Productions Corp. First viewing/Amazon Instant Building on the success of The Longest Day (1962), this movie is long on star power, explosions, and Cinerama... Read full article


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Quotes from

Col. Martin Hessler: They have the fuel and planes to fly Cake over the Atlantic Ocean.
Col. Martin Hessler: Do you know what this means?


Lt. Col. Daniel Kiley: A lot of guys are gonna die to keep you safe and cozy.
Joe: You sure know how to hit below the belt, Colonel... that's dirty fighting.
Lt. Col. Daniel Kiley: This isn't a pillow fight, Joe... sorry it hurts.


Von Diepel: General Kohler says we are behind schedule. He wants to know what's holding us up.
Col. Martin Hessler: Tell the general the Americans are learning how to retreat.


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Facts about

Stanley Baker was offered the Robert Shaw part.
The name of the song that the Germans sing is "Panzerlied". However, only the first four lines of the song are actually sung.
The sequence of the train transporting the big guns was expanded with additional footage shot after principal photography. The extra footage consisted of POV shots from the front of the train and shot at a lower frame rate to make the train appear to be traveling very fast around the curves in the track. This was done to show off the Cinerama process in much the same way as the famous rollercoaster sequence in This Is Cinerama. Much of this footage was removed from the general release version.
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