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Also Known As

  • La battaglia di El Alamein (It)
  • La bataille d'El Alamein (Fr)
  • Königstiger vor El Alamein (Ger)
  • A Batalha de El Alamein (Brazil)
  • Bitva u El Alameinu (Czech Republic) (DVD title)
  • Desert Tanks
  • I Mahi tou El Alamein (Greece)
  • Panssarihyökkäys - El Alameinin veriset taistelut (Finland)
  • Panssaritiikerit (Finland)
  • Slaget vid El Alamein (Sweden)

Main Details

  • Released in 1969
  • Color
  • Running Time: 96 Min.
  • Production Co: Zenith Cinematografica | Les Films Corona
  • Distribution Co: Camp Films (1971) (Canada) (theatrical) (dubbed) (as "The Battle of El Alamein") | Plaza (1974) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed)

Cast and Crew

  • Director: Calvin Jackson Padget [Giorgio Ferroni]
  • Screenplay: Ernesto Gastaldi, Remigio Del Grosso
  • Produced by Mino Loy, Luciano Martino, Sergio Martino
  • Original Music by Carlo Rustichelli
  • Cinematography by Sergio D'Offizi
  • Film Editing by Eugenio Alabiso
  • Starring Frederick Stafford (Lieutenant Giorgio Borri), George Hilton (Lieutenant Graham), Enrico Maria Salerno (Claudio Borri), Robert Hossein (Field Marshall Rommel), Ira Furstenberg (Marta), Micael Rennie (General Montgomery), Marco Guglielmi (Captain Hubert, a German Officer), Ettore Manni, Edoardo Toniolo, Gerard Herter (General Schwarz, a German officer)

External Links

  • Grindhouse Database Newsletter
  • Exploitation books
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  • Giallo BluRay