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The Night of the Generals (1967) Movie Information

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Anatole Litvak


Peter O'Toole
Omar Sharif
Tom Courtenay
Donald Pleasence
Christopher Plummer
Charles Gray





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Wehrmacht Major Grau, investigating a prostitutes murder in Nazi-occupied Warsaw, finds himself on the trail of a high-ranking general. The deeper he digs, the more he uncovers, all the way up to an assassination on Hitler. The story doesn't end, as his investigation is cut short, but justice will prevail decades after the crime. -- Chris Kavan

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  Ionut valentin
Ionut valentin
First, I want to draw attention to the mimic of general Tanz(Peter O'Tool) when seeing the painting of decadent art of Van Gogh. It became the model of going cucu! or nut as you say. The plot was smart, I mean it took us through the years of WW2, but only to find That murderer general. The costumes are great, Omar Sharrif was a young cpt/col. later. I recomand it to be seen with pleasure.
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