I leopardi di Churchill
|Directed by||Maurizio Pradeaux|
|Produced by||Roberto Capitani
|Written by||Maurizio Pradeaux
Federico De Urrutia
|Cinematography||Miguel Fernández Mila|
|Edited by||Enzo Alabiso|
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.
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.
- Richard Harrison as Lt. Richard Benson / Lt. Hans Müller
- Pilar Velázquez as Elise
- Giacomo Rossi-Stuart as Major Powell
- Frank Braña as François Leduc
- Helga Liné as Marlene Schulman
- Antonio Casas as "La Tulipe"
- Klaus Kinski as Hauptsturmführer Holtz
- Herb Andress as German officer
- "New York Times: Churchill's Leopards". NY Times. Retrieved 25 October 2008.
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