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The Mediterranean in Flames (1970)

I Mesogeios flegetai (original title)
| Action, Drama, War | 1972 (USA)
In 1941 the Germans invaded in Greece and two childhood friends, one a Greek naval officer and the other German is forced to fight each other and collide in battle, each defending his homeland.

Director:

Dimis Dadiras

Writers:

Antonis David, Stamatis Filippoulis (adaptation)
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Kostas Prekas Kostas Prekas ... Sub-Lieutenant Pavlos Dellis
Kostas Karras ... Sub-Lieutenant Erich von Auer
Olga Politou ... Marina
Sofia Roubou Sofia Roubou ... Olga
Lykourgos Kallergis
Dimitris Bislanis Dimitris Bislanis
Giorgos Velentzas
Aggelos Mavropoulos
George Tsaousis George Tsaousis
Giorgos Tzifos
Dinos Doulgerakis
Rodolfos Goetlich Rodolfos Goetlich
Maria Filou Maria Filou
Fotis Papalabros Fotis Papalabros
Lefteris Eleftheriadis Lefteris Eleftheriadis
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Storyline

As World War II breaks out, two former best friends find themselves on opposite fronts. Now, the Greek officer, Sub-Lieutenant Pavlos Dellis, has to face in battle his companion, the German officer, Sub-Lieutenant Erich von Auer, and as if that weren't enough, the romantic affair between Dellis' sister, Marina, and Erich can only spell trouble. However, Marina is harbouring an unexpected secret: one that involves her patriotism. But, is there room for love when the Mediterranean is in flames? Written by Nick Riganas

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Action | Drama | War

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The movie was screened during 1969-1970 and sold 410,329 tickets. It came in 7th out of 99 movies. See more »

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Country:

Greece

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

1972 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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