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.
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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Col. Martin Hessler: I imagine he found a bargain in Paris last year.
Col. Martin Hessler: Germans are still the best toy makers in the World!
Lt. Weaver: [speaking to U.S. Army M.P.s he knew were Germans in disguise at the fuel supply camp, in a sarcastic voice] Does the road to Amblève still lead to Malmedy?
[then he shoots them]
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Although it is claimed by knowledgeable film people that so-called Super-Cinerama was already in use as early as 1962, this was the first film that was actually advertised in the trailers as being shown in that format. The resulting image did not turn out to be larger than ordinary Cinerama, since the film was actually shot in Ultra Panavision, shown with one projector instead of three electronically synchronized ones, and merely blown up in size to fit the giant curved screen.
This movie's closing epilogue states: "To encompass the whole of the heroic contributions of all the participants, places, names and characters, have been generalized and action has been synthesized in order to convey the spirit and essence of the battle."
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