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Gates of Fire (1972)
"Les portes de feu" (original title)

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La baronne
Dany Carrel ...
Solange
Annie Cordy ...
Andrée
Juliette Mills ...
Lili
Georges Aminel ...
Le docteur
Jacques Brunet ...
Ludwig
Rolph Spath ...
Hans (as Ralph Spath)
Jacques Balutin ...
Soldat de garde
Alexandre Grecq ...
Kurd
Antoine Baud ...
Franz
Jean Houbé
François Mirante ...
(as François Mirante-Péré)
Jean Vergne
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A sort of poor man's Un Taxi Pour Tobrouk

Or also a poor man's ICE COLD IN ALEX. This film is directed by the Indochina war vet Claude Bernard Aubert, who also was a reporter, as Pierre Schoenderffer. Bernard Aubert also made CHARLIE BRAVO, already commented by me, and especially PATROUILLE DE CHOC, very very hard to purchase. Two hard boiled and brutal movies about war in the Far East.

This filmmaker was known for L'AFFAIRE DOMINICI, starring Jean Gabin, before he later made "nude" films, under an aka: Burd Tarnbee.

Well, this very film tells us the story of a bunch of nurses, with a batch of french soldiers, lost in the Lybian desert, during WW2, and who have to "deal" with German troops. Some action sequences, quite entertaining, but no more. Worth watching. This film was released several decades ago in VHS.


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