The Angry Hills

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Robert Aldrich (Kiss Me Deadly) directed this cloak-and-dagger yarn (based on a bestseller by Leon Uris), filmed on sumptuous locations in Greece. Set in Athens in 1941, before the Nazis overran the country, Robert Mitchum plays American war correspondent Mike Morrison, who has come into the possession of a list of 16 Greek underground leaders that he agrees to deliver to British intelligence in London for a $20,000 fee. Trying to keep him from getting there is the local Gestapo chief Conrad Heisler (Stanley Baker) and fifth columnist Tassos (Theodore Bikel). Morrison also becomes involved with a group of Greek freedom fighters -- particularly the beautiful Eleftheria (Gia Scala). But then Morrison comes down from the mountains and back to Athens, where he finds himself trailed, not only by the Nazis, but by charming widow Lisa Kyriakides (Elisabeth Muller).


Robert Mitchum
as Mike Morrison
Elisabeth Müller
as Lisa Kyriakides
Elizabeth Mueller
as Lisa Kyriakides
Stanley Baker
as Conrad Heisler
Theodore Bikel
as Dimitrios Tassos
Gia Scala
as Eleftheria
Peter Illing
as Leonidas
Leslie Phillips
as Ray Taylor
Donald Wolfit
as Dr. Stergiou
Marius Goring
as Cmdr. Oberg
Kieron Moore
as Andreas
George Pastell
as Papa Panos
Stanley Van Beers
as Tavern Proprietor
Alec Mango
as Phillibos
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Mitchum is a American reporter in Greece (and only a sleepwalker in this film) just one step ahead of the Nazis overrunning the place. The underground slips him the names of possible collaborators ... can he get the list out of the country? Stanley Baker renders one of the worst Germans impersonations you've ever seen anyone try. Only Gia Scala is worth the price of admission to see here, oh, and the beautiful Grecian locales.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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Starts well but rambles and dissipates the promise of its beginning. MItchum and Stanley Baker are both good though.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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