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The Angry Hills

The Angry Hills

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Director Robert Aldrich reteams with Kiss Me Deadly screenwriter A.I. Bezzerides for this action-packed WWII adventure starring Robert Mitchum. When American war correspondent Mike Morrison (Mitchum) stops off in Athens on the eve of the German occupation, he's duped into carrying a list of Allied spies to British intelligence in London. Chased across Greece by ruthless Gestapo chief Konrad Heisler (Stanley Baker), Morrison hides out with a peasant woman (Gia Scala), who arranges to smuggle him out of the country. Making his way back to Athens, Morrison is aided by resistance member Lisa Kyriakides (Elisabeth Mueller), unaware that she's Heisler's ex-mistress, and that unless she betrays Morrison, the Nazis will kill her children. Based on the best-selling novel by Leon Uris.

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    Title: The Angry Hills
    Genre: War-World War II
    Starring: Robert Mitchum, Stanley Baker, Gia Scala, Theodore Bikel
    Director: Robert Aldrich
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
    Release Date: 2/16/2016
    Original Year: 1959
    Product Type: DVD
    Catalog #: 1000593574
    UPC: 888574373979
    Item #: 1608598X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/16/2016
    Run Time: 106 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives