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Cross Of IronDuring World War II, Cpl. Rolf Steiner is a well-respected member of the German military and a recipient of the Iron Cross, Germany's highest military honor. But when a new commander, Captain Stransky, takes over the platoon, Steiner and Stransky come into immediate conflict.
Actors of "Cross Of Iron"James MasonBirthdate: 15 May 1909, Huddersfield, Yorkshire [now in Kirklees, West Yorkshire], England, UKBurkhard DriestBirthdate: 28 April 1939, Stettin, Pomerania, Germany [now Szczecin, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland]
Characters of "Cross Of Iron"
Directors of "Cross Of Iron"Sam PeckinpahBirthdate: 21 February 1925, Fresno, California, USA
Creators of "Cross Of Iron"Julius J. EpsteinBirthdate: 22 August 1909, New York City, New York, USAWalter KelleyBirthdate: 5 June 1922, Seattle, Washington, USA
Critic Reviews of "Cross Of Iron"New York TimesMay 09, 2005
Mr. Peckinpah's least interesting, least personal film in years, a hysterically elaborate, made-in-Yugoslavia war spectacle, the work of international financiers and a multinational cast.Observer (UK)July 31, 2011
This was Peckinpah's last important work and his only war movie.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsOctober 12, 2010
Goes to extremes to paint a picture of war as insane.CinePassionNovember 17, 2009
War is hell, but for Peckinpah it's also the sadist's Olympian jokeTV GuideAugust 30, 2006
Its complex and vivid portrayal of the absurdity of war, however, prompted none other than Orson Welles to write Peckinpah and proclaim it the finest antiwar film he had ever seen.Slant MagazineApril 17, 2006
Cross of Iron would almost seem a proper mea culpa by Peckinpah for his controversial career.Kansas City KansanOctober 15, 2004
Not Peckinpah's best, but still powerful.Austin ChronicleMarch 10, 2003
This war film is also Peckinpah's last great movie.Filmcritic.comFebruary 27, 2003
Peckinpah indulges in endless combat scenes (this was his only war movie), which try the patience of viewers who came for the real story.
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