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The Angry Hills (1959)

Approved | | Drama, War, Thriller | 29 July 1959 (USA)
In 1941, Greek resistance entrusts an American journalist with a Greek double-agent secret list that must reach London and must not fall into Nazi hands.

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Mike Morrison
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Conrad Heisler
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Lisa Kyriakides (as Elisabeth Mueller)
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Eleftheria
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Dimitrios Tassos
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Chesney
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Leonides
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Ray Taylor
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Dr. Stergion
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Col. Elrick Oberg
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Maria Tassos (as Jackie Lane)
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Andreas
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In 1941 an American journalist in Greece is given a secret list of collaborators. He is helped by the Greek resistance as he is pursued across the country by the Nazis. Written by Anonymous

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The amazing adventures of a lone American in a land of violence!

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Drama | War | Thriller

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29 July 1959 (USA)  »

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Hügel des Schreckens  »

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$1,190,000 (estimated)
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(Western Electric Recording)

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Both Gia Scala and Stanley Baker are in the guns of naverone which is also set in Greece See more »

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Matia Stratighi
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Written by Georges Oekonomidis and Alekos Spathis
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Forget Aldrich and Mitchum…Nothing to See Here
3 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of Robert Mitchum's and Director Robert Aldrich's Least Impressive Films. Both Usually Reliable Professionals are Off Their Game on this one. It is a Flat and Tired Movie from the Beginning, Never Managing to Grab Hold of the Story's Intrigue and it is Lacking in the Period Setting of WWII.

The Movie Looks Like a 1959 Movie set in 1941. The Action is Dull and Telegraphed and the Suspense Never Builds Beyond its Premise. The Script is a bit Confusing and Nothing in this Misfire Maintains Anything More than Mediocrity.

A Dud and a Disappointment from All Involved. The Almost Two-Hour Length is Excruciating.


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