Original Title: Lo Sbarco di Anzio
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Writers: Harry Craig; Frank De Felitta; Duilio Coletti; Giuseppe Mangione
Based on a book: Anzio by Wynford Vaughan-Thomas
Music Composed and Conducted by: Riz Ortolani
Producer: Dino De Laurentiis
Keywords: Drama, WWII, Italian Campaign
War correspondent Dick Ennis and seven soldiers are cut off behind enemy lines in the background of the Allied invasion at Anzio. Despite the title, this is not a film about the disastrous landing which killed 30,000 Allied soldiers. Instead, we get a mildly anti-war, fictional account which borders on tedium, backed with entirely inappropriate theme music.
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