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Rated NR · 153 minutes · 1962

Drama
Argentinian patriarch Julio Madariaga (Lee J. Cobb) urges his German-born nephew, Heinrich von Hartrott (Karl Boehm), to give up his Nazi allegiance on the brink of World War II, but the request is refused. Madariaga's debauched grandson, Julio Desnoyers (Glenn Ford), joins the French Resistance, risking his life to fight the Nazis in honor of his grandfather, who died shortly after von Hartrott's Nazi leanings were exposed. The war brings the cousins together for a final showdown.
Director: Vincente Minnelli
Writer: Robert Ardrey and John Gay
Producer: Julian Blaustein and Olallo Gandara
Cast: Glenn Ford, Ingrid Thulin, Charles Boyer, Lee Cobb, Paul Henreid, Paul Lukas, Yvette Mimieux, Karl Boehm, Harriet MacGibbon, Kathryn Givney, Marcel Hillaire, George Dolenz, Stephen Bekassy, Nestor Paiva, Albert Remy, Richard Franchot and Brian Avery

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