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Probabilità zero (1969)

PG | | Action, Drama, War | November 1975 (USA)
Set in Norway and has a crack team of Allies sent to blow up an underground Nazi factory where the Germans have taken a crashed Spitfire that contains a new radar system that the krauts want to copy.

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Duke
Luigi Casellato ...
Carlo 'Charlie' Sardi
Riccardo Salvino ...
Hans Liedholm
Ezio Sancrotti ...
Captain Simon Schultz
Franco Giornelli ...
John McHarding
Vittorio André ...
Prof. Schwartz
Marco Bogliani
Maria Cristina Farnese
Paolo Magalotti ...
Tall bearded OSS officer
Fulvio Mingozzi ...
British intelligence officer
Tony Roico
Pietro Martellanza ...
Sam the Brit
Katia Christine ...
Kristy
Marco Guglielmi ...
Captain Kreuz
Renato De Carmine ...
Maj. Horst
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Set in Norway and has a crack team of Allies sent to blow up an underground Nazi factory where the Germans have taken a crashed Spitfire that contains a new radar system that the krauts want to copy.

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Heroes Never Die  »

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Not a classic but a watchable film anyway.
23 October 2003 | by (Kaarina, Finland) – See all my reviews

A decent Italian World War II commando action film.

Henry Silva is the American officer selected to assemble a band of misfits for a "probability zero"- mission in nazi- occupied Norway.

Simple plot, OK acting, good locations and great production design. Not very gritty, though, nor sleazy.

Released on video in Finland in the eighties.


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