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Berlin 1943. Ved et hemmeligt stormøde med Føreren fremlægges en djærv idé, som kan afgøre krigen til Tysklands fordel: kidnapningen af Winston Churchill. Infiltratorer har meddelt, at premiereministeren skal tilbringe en weekend i kystbyen Norfolk, uden vagtmandskab. I ly af mørket, den 6. november, landsættes en gruppe faldskærmsjægere i falske uniformer på britisk jord. En krypteret meddelelse sendes til Berlin – tre skæbnesvangre ord: "Ørnen er landet". Anden Verdenskrigs mest dumdristige operation er indledt.

  1. John Sturges

    Director

  2. Jack Higgins

    Novel

  3. Tom Mankiewicz

    Screenplay

Fakta

Original Title The Eagle Has Landed

Status Udgivet

Udgivelses Information

  • 2 april 1977
    PG
    Theatrical

    Mening

    Some material may not be suitable for children under 10. These films may contain some mild language, crude/suggestive humor, scary moments and/or violence. No drug content is present. There are a few exceptions to this rule. A few racial insults may also be heard.

Original Language engelsk

Spilletid 2h 15m

Budget -

Indtægter -

Genre

Søgeord

Indholds Score

100

Ja. Ser godt ud!

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