With a title like 7 THUNDERS you do expect a bit of thud and blunder, but there isn't much of that on show here. If you have seen this before, as I have, in the cinema generations ago, you know what to expect. If you haven't ... It's quite a good WW11 Escape film with a good opening 15 mins and a daft, but good final 20 mins as our heroes try and escape a Marseilles being systematically destroyed by the Germans. In between you get a most unlikely romance between (I think miscast) Stephen Boyd, and pert but hard faced street urchin Anna Gaylor (it's never explained where she lives or how she survives!!). You also get (also miscast I feel) James Robertson Justice chewing scenery as a "doctor" helping vulnerable refugees escape to freedom, and Kathleen Harrison as a cockney living in the Marseilles slums!. Actually the cast is quite good (George Couloris,Eugene Decker, Rosalie Crutchley,Katherine Kath (particularly fun, with her brothel girls including a very young Shirley Anne Field.) It's just that the script never really convinces, and there is little suspense. However, not to be completely negative-Glad to see it on DVD from Strawberry Ent, a good b/w 4.3 print, sound levels a little bit variable but OK, and I did enjoy it, with all it's faults which are of course purely personal, and many will disagree with my opinions (perhaps?). I recomend it with reservations as noted above, and ask the question-What exactly is or are "SEVEN THUNDERS"? Answers welcome.