After the fall of Tobruk in June 1942, U.S. Army sergeant Joe Gunn leads his tank into the Sahara desert, in order to evade advancing Rommel's forces and reach Allied lines. Along the way he picks up few Allied soldiers, but soon they are running out of water. They find water at the ancient well, but the well is a goal of an entire German battalion. Despite the impossible odds, Sergeant Gunn decides to defend the well. Written by
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Did You Know?
Nearly all the extras in this film were from the Royal Australian Air Force and The Royal Australian Army. For authenticity, the director made them shave off their mustaches which apparently weren't allowed in the German army in WW2. See more
When Gunn runs up to the downed (and armed) German pilot, he has his .45 auto out and orders the pilot to surrender. Then after a brief chat, Gunn then cocks the .45 indicating the pistol was never ready to fire during the threat. See more
Surrender your arms and you can go free, with as much food and water as you can carry.
Well... I don't think so. We like it here.
Remake of Sahara