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The Guns Of Navarone: 50th Anniversary Edition

Released on 24 October 2011

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: PG

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Academy Award-winners Gregory Peck (1962, Best Actor, To Kill A Mockingbird), David Niven (1958, Best Actor, Separate Tables), and Anthony Quinn (1952, Best Supporting Actor, Viva Zapata!; 1956, Lust For Life) star as a team of Allied military specialists recruited for a dangerous but imperative mission: to infiltrate a Nazi-occupied fortress and disable two long-range field guns so that 2,000 trapped British soldiers may be rescued. Faced with an unforgiving sea voyage, hazardous terrain, and the possibility of a traitor among them, the team must overcome the impossible without losing their own lives. Adapted by screenwriter Carl Foreman from Alistair MacLean's best-selling novel, The Guns Of Navarone was nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture, and won for Best Special Effects (1961).
  • The Greek Resistance
  • The Old School Wizardry of The Guns of Navarone
  • World War II and the Greek Islands
  • The Real World of Guns of Navarone
  • The Navarone Effect
  • Military Fact or Fiction
  • Commentary with Film Historian Stephen J. Rubin
  • Commentary with Director J. Lee Thompson
  • Forging the Guns of Navarone: Notes from the Set
  • Ironic Epic of Heroism
  • Epic Restoration Featurette
  • A Heroic Score
  • Narration-free Prologue
  • Roadshow Intermission
  • Memories of Navarone Retrospective Documentary
  • Message from Carl Foreman
  • Great Guns Original Featurette
  • No Visitors Featurette
  • Honeymoon on Rhodes
  • Two Girls On The Town Original Featurette
additional-languagesGerman; Spanish; Italian; Japanese
directorJ. Lee Thompson
duration2 hours and 36 minutes
subtitlesDanish; English; Finnish; German; Greek; Hindi; Italian; Japanese; Norwegian; Spanish; Swedish; Turkish