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Tobruk (7-Feb-1967)

Director: Arthur Hiller

Writer: Leo V. Gordon

Music: Bronislaw Kaper

Producer: Gene Corman

Keywords: Drama, WWII, North African Campaign

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leo Gordon
Actor
2-Dec-1922 26-Dec-2000 Riot in Cell Block 11
Nigel Green
Actor
15-Oct-1924 15-May-1972 The Ipcress File
Percy Herbert
Actor
31-Jul-1920 6-Dec-1992 The Bridge on the River Kwai
Rock Hudson
Actor
17-Nov-1925 2-Oct-1985 Ice Station Zebra
George Peppard
Actor
1-Oct-1928 8-May-1994 The A Team
Liam Redmond
Actor
27-Jul-1913 28-Oct-1989 Irish stage and film actor
Norman Rossington
Actor
24-Dec-1928 21-May-1999 A Hard Day's Night
Guy Stockwell
Actor
16-Nov-1934 6-Feb-2002 Beau Geste
Jack Watson
Actor
14-May-1915 4-Jul-1999 The Wild Geese
Robert Wolders
Actor
28-Sep-1936   Erik Hunter on Laredo

CAST

Rock Hudson   ...   Maj. Craig
George Peppard   ...   Capt. Bergman
Nigel Green   ...   Col. Harker
Guy Stockwell   ...   Lt. Mohnfeld
with
Jack Watson   ...   Sgt. Maj. Tyne
Norman Rossington   ...   Alfie
Percy Herbert   ...   Dolan
Liam Redmond   ...   Henry Portman
Heidy Hunt   ...   Cheryl Portman
Leo Gordon   ...   Sgt. Krug
Robert Wolders   ...   Cpl. Bruckner
Anthony Ashdown   ...   Lt. Boyden
Curt Lowens   ...   German Colonel
Henry Rico Cattani   ...   Cpl. Stuhler
Peter Coe   ...   Tuareg Chieftain
Lawrence Montaigne   ...   Italian Officer
Robert Hoy   ...   British Corporal
Phil Adams   ...   S.I.G. Bocker
Ronnie R. Rondell   ...   S.I.G. Schell

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