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Denholm Elliott film reviews

Denholm Elliott

British actor

During World War 2 Denholm Elliott served in RAF. His plane was shot down over Germany in 1942 and he spent the rest of the war in Stalag 8B POW camp in Silesia.


The Night My Number Came Up

as Flight Lieutenant McKenzie

The Sting 1955

Dream of air crash of Dakota plane with Air Marshall onboard was just an anecdote on the party in Shanghai, but when Air Marshall Hardie learns that he will be travelling on Dakota to Tokio things begin to resemble the ones in the dream.


Too Late the Hero

as Captain Hornsby

The Sting 1970

During World War 2 American translator, who so far avoided any combat duty, is sent to New Hebrides Islands, where British are preparing a special operation that could save a lot of American soldiers. This time combat is inevitable.


A Bridge Too Far

as R.A.F. Met. Officer

The Sting 1977

Operation Market-Garden, the daring plan of General Montgomery to break into Germany with help of paratroopers goes wrong. Based on real events.


Zulu Dawn

as Colonel Pulleine

The Sting 1979

True events surrounding the biggest defeat of British in Zulu War - the Battle of Isandlwana.

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