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Ski Troop Attack

War

Not Rated

Box Office: $0.0M

Format

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UPC: 089218407597
04/06/2010 Not Available

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Product Details

PRINCIPAL CAST

Michael Forest, Frank Wolff, Wally Campo

DIRECTOR

Roger Corman

SYNOPSIS

An American patrol must cross into enemy territory on skis in an attempt to blow up a strategically placed railroad bridge. The troop is led by a tough-as-nails sergeant and a green and untested lieutenant. The mission is threatened by constant bombardment from relentless Nazi soldiers and hostile confrontations with German civilians including a seductive fraulein. Shot back-to-back with Gene Corman's Beast Of Haunted Cave in Deadwood, South Dakota, Ski Troop Attack utilized much of the same cast and crew. Roger Corman himself can be seen playing a Nazi leader (with his lines dubbed into German). This was also Corman's first attempt at directing a war movie, a genre he revisited only two more times in his career - The Secret Invasion (1964) and Von Richthofen And Brown (1970).

GENRE

War

RATING

Not Rated

RUN TIME

63 Minutes