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Probably subtitledHard of hearing subtitlesD-Day the Sixth of June/The Young Lions (1958)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5039036012072
Released: 2nd June 2003
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: 2
Catalogue No: 23468DVD
Category: Feature, War
Format: DVD / Widescreen Box Set
D-Day the Sixth of June/The Young Lions (1958) (Widescreen Box Set) (Retail / Rental)

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Probably subtitled The main feature on this DVD title probably has English subtitles. [explanation]

Claimed subtitles: English, English for the hearing impaired, Dutch, French, German for the hearing impaired, Italian, Spanish

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Film information

Based on: The novels by Lionel Shapiro/Irwin Shaw

Story: Double bill of Second World War features. In 'D-Day the Sixth of June' (1956) a British and an American soldier (Robert Taylor and Richard Todd), both in love with the same woman (Dana Wynter), are travelling to Normandy in 1944. Both fully aware of the dangers of the impending invasion, they stave off fear by reminiscing about their romances. 'The Young Lions' (1958), meanwhile, follows the fortunes of three soldiers, one German and two Americans, from the time of their enlistment to the end of the war. Christian Dietl (Marlon Brando) is a German who starts out as a dedicated soldier but gradually becomes appalled by the Nazi movement. The American soldiers (Montgomery Clift and Dean Martin) meet as draftees, one a young Jew and the other an entertainer, and together endure Boot Camp and the campaign to retake France. All three characters finally meet in a confrontation outside a concentration camp. The film was nominated for three Oscars.

Starring: Robert Taylor, Richard Todd, Dana Wynter, Edmond O'Brien, Ross Elliot, John Williams, Jerry Paris, Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, Dean Martin

Directed by: Henry Koster, Edward Dmytryck

Music by: Lyn Murray, Hugo Friedhofer

Produced by: Charles Brackett, Al Lichtman

Written by: Ivan Moffat, Harry Brown, Edward Anhalt

DVD information

Studio/distributor: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.

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