They Were Not Divided DVD
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Directed by Terence Young
Produced in 1950
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - British Film
Edward Underdown, Ralph Clanton
A huge hit at the box office when it was first released in 1950 for celebrated James Bond Director Terence Young, this action-packed World War II drama follows the experiences of British and American soldiers from D-Day to the final months of the war.
After the success of the Normandy landings, the British Guards Armoured Division sweeps across Europe, taking part in the liberation of Belgium before becoming entangled in the bloody German counter-attack in the Ardennes.
Three soldiers are granted leave and return to their normal lives in England. But before long, they are recalled to duty and find themselves on the most perilous mission they have ever undertaken - a daring reconnaissance mission during the advance on Berlin.
Length: 97 mins
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Format: DVD B&W
Released: 28th February 2010
Cat No: 120758
by Andrew K McIntosh on 14th October 2008
A concentrated story of two men, foreign to each other but together in thoughts and ideals, who - aided by their womenfolk - live (and die) on the battlefield of WW2. ... Read on
A concentrated story of two men, foreign to each other but together in thoughts and ideals, who - aided by their womenfolk - live (and die) on the battlefield of WW2. An excellent reflection of the national characteristics of our county fifty years ago. Hide