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The Longest Day [VHS] [1962]
The Longest Day [VHS] [1962]
Offered by stephensmith_426
Price: £8.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Greatest of all time, 10 July 2000
In my oppinion, 'the longest day' is the most classic of all war time movies. Told from all sides of the battle, this movie brilliantly details the important events leading up to the greatest campaign of our history, D-DAY. Unfairly criticized for its 'gung ho' type of script, 'the longest day' pays tribute to those men who served and died for our freedom in Normandy.

Sahara [VHS]
Sahara [VHS]
Offered by dyerwilliams
Price: £4.99

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bogart at his brilliant best!, 10 July 2000
This review is from: Sahara [VHS] (VHS Tape)
This would have to be one of the greatest war movies of all time. With a brilliant cast in support, Bogart delivers a captavating performance unequalled by any actor of his time. Set in the Sahara Desert (North African campaign of world war 2), 'Sahara' brilliantly outlines the hardships of one particular unit of allies trying to reach their own lines after being surrounded by 'Rommels' advancing Afrika Corps ... After rescuing a group of British soldiers from certain capture, Bogart's single tank unit scrambles to find water in the unforgiving desert only to find themselves in the path of a German amoured unit. The desicions they are left to make highlite the great sacrafices made by men in war time. The movie has more recently had the rare privelledge of having another movie of the same title made in its honour. 'Sahara' is a must for any clasic movie collection.

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