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The Brave Bunch (1970)
"Oi gennaioi tou Vorra" (original title)

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April 1941. The Germans after the invasion in Greece, and despite assurances that they will not allow the entry of Bulgarian troops in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, the Bulgarians and ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Giannis Voglis ...
Nikos Devetzis (as John Miller)
Xenia Kalogeropoulou ...
Katerina Theofilou (as Mary Xenia)
Petros Fyssoun ...
Vasilis Anthimos (as Peter Funk)
Lakis Komninos ...
Stepan Raiko (as Larry Daniels)
Alkis Yannakas ...
Iasonas Paramanidis
Thanasis Mylonas ...
Major Boris Denov (as James Carter)
Lavrentis Dianellos ...
Manolis Devetzis
Dimitris Bislanis ...
Asem (as Fernando Bislani)
Dimos Starenios ...
Grigoris Theofilou
Ilia Livykou ...
Vasiliki Devetzi
Kakia Panagiotou ...
Emilia Ipsilanti ...
Despoina Devetzi (as Emily Harper)
Anna Fonsou ...
Dancer (as Ann Fonsayn)
Stavros Xenidis ...
Colonel (as Stanley Stranger)
Theodoros Katsadramis ...


April 1941. The Germans after the invasion in Greece, and despite assurances that they will not allow the entry of Bulgarian troops in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, the Bulgarians and deliver to the guerillas (komitadjis). The Bulgarians are starting again to terrorism and violence against the Greek population. While this happens a Greek officer from the region of Eastern Macedonia, Nikos Devetzis (Giannis Voglis) with his friend, Vasilis Anthimos (Petros Fyssoun), decide to return to their village which is under the ownership group led by guerilla Stepan Rajko (Lakis Komninos) and start the Resistance against the Bulgarians. Written by Montana

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An apolitical partisan western?
30 June 2006 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

THE BRAVE BUNCH is a bit of a confused puppy. On one hand it's a WWII partisan resistance flick of which a good many was made in Europe from the late 40's and onwards through to the 70's, but on the other it's a straight up western with the Bulgarians occupying the Greek enclave of Macedonia acting the proper outlaw gang, pillaging, raping and murdering. There is a governor, more horse back scenes than you can shake a whip at, a dame in peril and the partisans come through as a brave bunch setting out to save the besieged village. On top of all that it throws some elements of the 70's drive in terror vogue with graphic violence and rape scenes in to the mix. Having said that, the mix as such is interesting, but comes across as somewhat frustrating. At times it becomes a bit far fetched and you end up wondering why the producers couldn't decide on which kind of film they would make. I saw a short edit of the film (around 90 minutes) and possibly there is a political side to the film, which you miss out of seeing the English language version, but that's only speculation from my side. For as it stands now THE BRAVE BUNCH is apolitical bordering on the absurd for a partisan flick. If there is a final word to this rambling it would be that the film is worth a look for its genre crossing, but you are probably best off getting the longer Greek cut.

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