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During World War II, four British soldiers are commissioned to set up an observation post on a seemingly deserted island in the Mediterranean. However, while surveying the island, the Brits come across four German soldiers holed up in a monastery. The Brits and the Germans agree to a truce, sharing the monastery together until either the British or German troops arrive. But when a shipwrecked Slavic girl ends up on the island, a battle over her erupts amongst the men.

  1. George Pollock

    Director

  2. Ronald Holroyd

    Writer

  3. Michael Corston

    Writer

  4. Jack Davies

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dennis Price

    Dennis Price

  2. George Cole

    George Cole

  3. Thorley Walters

    Thorley Walters

  4. Harry Fowler

    Harry Fowler

    Ackroyd

  5. Nađa Regin

    Nađa Regin

    Elsa

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Don't Panic Chaps!
Don't Panic Chaps!

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 1959
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

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