Churchill's Leopards

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Churchill's Leopards
I leopardi di Churchill
I leopardi di Churchill poster.jpg
Italian poster
Directed by Maurizio Pradeaux
Produced by Roberto Capitani
Marcello Ciriaci
Written by Maurizio Pradeaux
Arpad DeRiso
Federico De Urrutia
Starring Richard Harrison
Klaus Kinski
Cinematography Miguel Fernández Mila
Edited by Enzo Alabiso
Release dates
  • 14 August 1970 (1970-08-14) (Italy)
Running time 88 minutes
Country Italy
Spain
Language Italian

Churchill's Leopards (Italian: I leopardi di Churchill, Spanish: Los Leopardos de Churchill) is a 1970 Italian-Spanish "macaroni combat" war film directed by Maurizio Pradeaux and starring Richard Harrison and Klaus Kinski.[1]

Plot[edit]

A British commando team heads into France to blow up a German held dam in preparation for D-Day, while a British officer infiltrates the German garrison, posing as his recently dead German twin brother, in order to provide help from the inside. The German commander is, however, becoming very suspicious.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "New York Times: Churchill's Leopards". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-10-25. 

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