In German-occupied Italy during World War II, an American paratrooper on a mission to blow up a bridge enlists the help of five Italians just released from a military prison, and a sexy Italian girl who joined up with them along the road.
Did You Know?
Although the American-International end-title carries no music credit, the British distributor Warner-Pathé / Anglo Amalgamated gives the following information in their press book: "Music by Ron Stein, Les Baxter
and Armando Trovajoli
" (this is the only occasion that Ronald Stein
would be referred to as "Ron"). Les Baxter's "Love Theme for Alberto and Italia" is a re-working of his "Mediterranean" track from the album "Master of the World" (1961). See more