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La Battaglia d'Inghilterra

Eagles over London
Battle Squadron / Stukas über London / Sur Ordres du Führer / El Largo Dia del Águila

Italy/France/Spain 1969
produced by
Edmondo Amati for Fida Cinematografica, Atlántida Films, Les Productions Jacques Roitfeld
directed by Enzo G. Castellari
starring Frederick Stafford, Francisci Rabal, Van Johnson, Ida Galli (as Evelyn Stewart), Luigi Pistilli, Renzo Palmer, Luis Dávila, Christian Hay, Jacques Berthier, Teresa Gimpera, George Rigaud, Eduardo Fajardo, Ugo Adinolfi, Umberto Di Grazia, Ricardo Valle, Edy Biagetti
written by Tito Carpi, Vincenzi Flamini, José Luis Martínez Mollá, Guilles Morris Dumoulin, Enzo G. Castellari, music by Francesco De Masi

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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World War II: France has just surrendered to Nazi Germany, and the British army who helped fight the attackers, makes a hasty escape via Dunquerque - so hasty in fact that a battalion of Germans led by Major Martin (Francisco Rabal) manages to cross the Channel in British uniform with the British Army.

Why do they do that ?

To destroy the radar stations that give away German air raids and give the British an advantage in air battles above their own country. Among the few who suspect that Britain is in fact infiltrated by enemy agents is Captain Paul Stevens (Frederick Stafford) - but even he can't really see through the German deception, as he befriends Major Martin and offers him to stay at his place until further orders. At the same time though, Captain Stevens tries everything to track down the Germans, but before his very eyes they manage to blow up a radar station.

It's only by chance that a half-burned ID of Major Martin is found with the corpse of his girlfriend (Teresa Gimpera), who died for the fatherland, but when Stevens tries to arrest him, his efforts are cut short by another German air raid.

Finally, the Battle of Britain has begun, and the Nazi infiltrators have changed their tactics, and instead of going against single radar stations, they are now attacking the air defense HG itself  - and sucessfully at first, but Captain Stevens hasn't given up his hunt for the infiltrators yet, and his military mind tells him that air defense HQ is the only logical object to attack by the infiltrators, and it all ends in a big shoot-out at the end of which the Germans are defeated and most of them are killed.

And the German Luftwaffe ?

It's successfully fought off by the Royal Air Force of course !

US-veteran actor Van Johnson plays the British Air Marshal, who in the Battle of Britain pilots a fighter plane himself.


This film, a cross between spy and war movie, does not even aim for historical accuracy, instead aims for a plot of espionage and intrigue most closely related to American propaganda films of the 1940's - which doesn't make the film great, but also not too bad either, ultimately it's a compact if not terribly original thriller with many a competently orchestrated action scene (director Castellari's forte) that only falls flat in the air battles, which are a combination of authentic footage from back in the war combined with newly shot scenes - which do not work too well together and look like a sloppy cut and paste job - which derives what should have been the highlight oof the film of much of its excitement, and ultimately the film seems to fail to fulfill all of its promises. A pity, because otherwise the film is pretty good.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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