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Fighter Attack (1953)

Approved  |   |  War  |  29 November 1953 (USA)
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World War II action in Italy involving fighter pilot's last sortie, and the help he receives from Italian partisans in an effort to complete it.

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Steve
J. Carrol Naish ...
Bruno
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Nina
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George
Arthur Caruso ...
Aldo
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Benedetto
Paul Fierro ...
Don Gaetano
Maurice Jara ...
Ettore
Tony Dante ...
Mario
David Leonard ...
Father Paola
James Flavin ...
Colonel Allison
Harry Lauter ...
Lieutenant Duncan
Jeffrey Stone ...
Lieutenant Gross (as John Fontaine)
David Bond ...
Priest
Louis Lettieri ...
Boy
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World War II action in Italy involving fighter pilot's last sortie, and the help he receives from Italian partisans in an effort to complete it.

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29 November 1953 (USA)  »

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Diabos do Céu  »

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The last American feature released in Cinecolor. See more »

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J. Carrol Naish is credited as "J.Carrol Naish" in the opening credits, correctly in the closing credits. See more »

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Written by Marlin Skiles and Sol Meyer
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Lighter Attack.
1 March 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Little seen or remembered, Fighter attack is a very ordinary World War II film that can only be recommended to the staunchest of Sterling Hayden fans. Set in Nazi occupied Italy, story finds Hayden's fighter pilot forced to ditch behind enemy lines when his mission goes awry. Finding help from Italian partisans, and having his head turned by a shapely Joy Page, film builds to the inevitable conclusion where the mission will finally be accomplished and the hero gets the girl.

There really isn't much more to it than that, it's a standard time filler that plods along ponderously until the action picks up for the finale, all five minutes of it! The print I witnessed was washed out in colour, so that didn't help matters, but really this is a picture of very little redeeming qualities outside of Hayden's butch machismo and J.Carrol Naish's fun performance as Italian resistance leader Bruno. 5/10


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