Wild Geese II
Directed by Peter Hunt
Wild Geese II
From Peter Hunt, the acclaimed director of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Gold, Shout at the Devil, Death Hunt and Assassination, comes this action-packed sequel to the 1978 smash hit. Berlin’s notorious Spandau Prison holds Rudolf Hess (Laurence Olivier, Marathon Man), the only surviving Nazi leader in captivity. Hess knows secrets that could blast the civilized world apart, but he will only talk if he’s free. The best in the business are hired—mercenaries of legend who are adept at building armies, pulling off coups and generally changing the shape of the emergent nations of the Third World. Lead by John Haddad (Scott Glenn, The Challenge, Man on Fire), the team is back for their most spectacular rescue mission ever! The stellar cast includes Barbara Carrera (Never Say Never Again), Edward Fox (Force 10 from Navarone), Robert Webber (The Dirty Dozen), Ingrid Pitt (Where Eagles Dare), Stratford Johns (Salome’s Last Dance) and Patrick Stewart (X-Men).
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