Silent Raiders

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Silent Raiders
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Original film poster
Directed by Richard Bartlett
Produced by Earle Lyon
Richard Bartlett
Written by Richard Bartlett
Starring Richard Bartlett
Earle Lyon
Jeanette Bordeaux
Music by Elmer Bernstein
Cinematography Glen Gano
Edited by Al Walker
Distributed by Lippert Pictures
Release dates September 17, 1954
Running time 65 min.
Country U.S.A.
Language English

Silent Raiders is a 1954 low budget American war film directed, starring and co-produced by Richard Bartlett. It was the first film of the L&B Production Company, consisting of Earle Lyon[1] and Richard Bartlett.[2]

Plot[edit]

Prior to the Dieppe Raid, seven US Army Rangers come ashore. Their mission is to destroy a German communications centre that controls the coastal guns that threaten the Canadian amphibious assault.

Production[edit]

Produced for $27,000 with the working titles of Dieppe Raid and Three Miles to Dawn, it was filmed in Malibu, California in 1953.[3]

The producers were able to use composer Elmer Bernstein who was relegated to minor studios during the Hollywood blacklist period.

Cast[edit]

Richard Bartlett ... Sgt. Jack
Earle Lyon ... Sgt. Malloy
Jeanette Bordeaux ... French Girl
Earl Hansen ... Pepe
Robert Knapp ... Lt. Finch
Dean Fredericks ... Chief
Frank Stanlow ... Horse
Carl Swanstrom ... Wetzel

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