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El Alaméin (1953)

Approved  |   |  War, Drama  |  3 December 1953 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Scott Brady ...
Joe Banning
Edward Ashley ...
Capt. Harbison
Robin Hughes ...
Sgt. Alf Law
Sgt. McQueen
Peter Brocco ...
Peter Mamakos ...
Cpl. Singh Das
Ray Page ...
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Henry Rowland ...
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Release Date:

3 December 1953 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Alamein - O Deserto Sangrento  »

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Men in a tank

I waited for this are item since a while. I knew it was a Fred S Sears's film, so not a masterpiece. Produced by Wallace Mac Donald, and not Sam Katzman, it's a powerful actioner, but rather corny, as you can guess, even written by Horace mac Coy; not his kind of stories, far from the crime investigating journalists ones. Nothing to do with BEAST OF WAR, about men in a tank during the Afghanistan war, the Russian one, during the eighties. This film is only 66mn length, so you ca watch it without boredom. I don't understand that this movie has not been released more times, on TCM for instance.

Above all, it's only a Fred Sear's film, and not a Samuel Fuller's one.

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