Salt in the Wound
|Salt in the Wound|
|Directed by||Tonino Ricci|
|Produced by||Tonino Ricci|
|Written by||Piero Regnoli
|Music by||Riz Ortolani|
Two condemned soldiers (Klaus Kinski and Rai Saunders) and their overseeing West Point officer survive a Nazi ambush on their way to execution. They make their way to a desolate Italian village which happens to be in the path of a German advance. While there they learn the meaning of self-sacrifice and courage when they become emotionally involved in the people and fortunes of the town and must defend the village from the invading Nazi force.
- George Hilton as Michael Sheppard
- Klaus Kinski as Cpl. Brian Haskins / Norman Carr
- Ray Saunders as Pvt. John Grayson / Calvin Mallory
- Betsy Bell as Daniela
- Ugo Adinolfi as American soldier
- Piero Mazzinghi as Priest
- Enrico Pagano as Mascetti
- Roberto Pagano as The Little Michele
- Giorgio De Giorgi as Captain
- Angelo Susani as Sergeant
Wild East Productions released the film on a limited edition NTSC Region 0 DVD double feature with Churchill's Leopards in 2007.
- "New York Times: Salt in the Wound". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-10-24.
- Charles Ambler, Wild East DVD Case, 2007. Last accessed: September 2008.
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