In the last days of World War II, the Allied Army desperatly searched for a bridgehead across the impenetrable Rhein River, in order to launch a major assault into the center of Germany. "Bridge at Remagen" tells the true story of the battle for this last bridgehead, from both the German and American perspective. Written by
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The Germans forged one little bridge. Sixty-one days later they lost the war
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Did You Know?
The real "Bridge at Remagen" was also known as Ludendorff Bridge. a railway bridge that ran across the Rhine River. It connected the town of Remagen with the town of Erpel, situated between two ridge lines of hills that flanked the Rhine River. In 1945 the Allies attacked the Ludendorff Bridge on March 7 and it was taken on March 8. Today the remaining towers of the bridge house a museum. See more
During the beginning scenes, you see the train approaching the Obercassel Bridge in a gentle right curve. Then you see the M24 Chaffee tanks and their support running for the Bridge. Then the error appears: The armor is seen on the river road, but the negative is reversed. Names on the tanks are reversed, the truck's steering wheel is on the right side, and the train is now making a gentle *left* curve onto the bridge. Reversal ends as the sequence ends with the explosion/destruction of the bridge. See more
Lt. Phil Hartman
[sees Angelo stealing items off corpses
You know something, Angel? You're a pig.
I love you too... sir.