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[size=6][color=red]MOVIE: The Great Escape (1963)[/color][/size]
Release Date: 4 July 1963 (USA)
[size=4][color=red]Genre: [/color][/size][size=4][color=blue]Action / Adventure / Drama / History / Thriller / War[/color][/size]
[size=4][color=red]Plot Outline:[/color][/size] [color=yellow]Based on a true story, a group of allied escape artist type prisoners of war are all put in an 'escape proof' camp. Their leader decides to try to take out several hundred all at once. The first half of the film is played for comedy as the prisoners mostly outwit their jailers to dig the escape tunnel. The second half is high adventure as they use boats and trains and planes to get out of occupied Europe.[/color]
[color=yellow]During World War Two the Germans build a new prison camp, Stalag Luft III, for the express purpose of housing many of their most troublesome captured Allied airmen. However, all this serves to do is to pool the resources of some of the most ingenious escape artists in captivity and fill them with a resolve to engineer a mass breakout from the camp.
Based largely on real events, this film has assumed classic status over the years and its easy to understand why. Quite simply, it excels in many departments. Director John Sturges was at the height of his creative powers and he keeps a firm grip on the proceedings. Although the film runs close to three hours it never feels sluggish, while at the same time winding up the tension gradually and developing the characters. The production design is first rate, to the point where Donald Pleasance (who had been a P.O.W.) felt quite intimidated by the vast set on his arrival. Daniel Fapp's beautiful photography shows this and the picturesque German locations off to full effect. Put these virtues together with a good script, inspired casting and a classic score by Elmer Bernstein, and you have an object lesson in how to create an intelligent and exciting big budget adventure film.
On the subject of the cast; Much is made of Steve McQueen's role. While I am a huge McQueen fan, I feel that some of the other performances are equal to, if not better than his. Richard Attenborough, James Garner, Donald Pleasance, Charles Bronson and Gordon Jackson are all excellent. Good too are James Coburn, James Donald, David McCallum and Hannes Messemer as the sympathetic Commandant.
This is one of those films that I can happily watch time and time again. In September of this year a new print was screened at the NFT in London as part of an 'Attenborough at 80' season. It was a pleasure to see this on the big screen at last. For the most part the print was in very good condition. The DVD was one of the first that I ever bought some three and a half years ago, and I watched its inevitable Christmas screening on BBC2 last night. I just never tire of it. In these days of brainless, poorly executed action fodder, it’s a joy to behold something that hits its targets so precisely.[/color]
Director: John Sturges
Writers:Paul Brickhill (book)
James Clavell (screenplay)[/color]
Parents Guide: Sex & Nudity
None. The film features an all-male cast.
Violence & Gore
A man stabs a pitchfork into a pile of trees, where another man is hiding. A man crashes through three bunks on a bed. A man crashes his motorcycle into barbed wire, showing some cuts and scrapes. There is also some motorcycle accidents, and scenes where men are killed by gunfire.
Brief mild language, such as "damn" and "hell." OMG is used once.
Contains some scenes involving tobacco use.
The scene where Archibald Ives is shot to death and where his body is hanging in the barbed wire may frighten some children. [/color]
Runtime: 172 min
Steve McQueen ... Capt. Hilts "The Cooler King"
James Garner ... Flight Lt. Hendley "The Scrounger"
Richard Attenborough ... Squadron Leader Roger Bartlett "Big X"
James Donald ... Group Capt. Ramsey "The SBO"
Charles Bronson ... Flight Lt. Danny Velinski "The Tunnel King"
Donald Pleasence ... Flight Lt. Colin Blythe "The Forger"
James Coburn ... Flying Officer Louis Sedgwick "The Manufacturer"
Hannes Messemer ... Col. von Luger
David McCallum ... Lt. Cmdr. Eric Ashley-Pitt "Dispersal"
Gordon Jackson ... Flight Lt. Sandy MacDonald "Intelligence"
John Leyton ... Flight Lt. William Dickes "The Tunneler"
Angus Lennie ... Flying Officer Archibald Ives "The Mole"
Nigel Stock ... Flight Lt. Denys Cavendish "The Surveyor"
Robert Graf ... Werner 'The Ferret'
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Video Bitrate: 363 kbps
Aspect Ratio.: 480x176 (2.727)
Framerate....: 23.976 fps
Audio Codec..: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 171kbps 2ch VBR 48000H
Size…: 900 MB[/color]
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