Directed by J. Lee Thompson
Newly re-mastered in HD! During World War II, a brave Basque mountaineer (Anthony Quinn, Across 110th Street) tries to smuggle a French scientist, Prof John Bergson (James Mason, The Destructors) and his family over the dangerous Pyrenees Mountains to neutral Spain while being pursued by a group of Nazis, led by a relentless and brutal German SS officer (Malcolm McDowell, Figures in a Landscape). Directed by J. Lee Thompson, the director of the World War II masterpiece, The Guns of Navarone; made this tense thrilling wartime adventure of a family's desperate and perilous escape to freedom. The sterling cast includes Patricia Neal (Hud), Kay Lenz (White Line Fever), Michael Lonsdale (Moonraker), Robert Brown (Octopussy) and the great Christopher Lee (The Oblong Box).
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