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The Wind and the Lion

The Wind and the Lion(1975)

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  • Hollywood History

    • otto
    • 10/7/12

    Brian Keith is a natural as T.R., Connery hams it up as a landlocked Berber pirate and Bergen delivers her lines with enthusiasm. The highlight of the movie is the scene where Kanaly and the U.S. Marines storm the palace in Tangier. The invasion and assault sequence is a cinematic gem. Just note that this movie is a fictional account of an actual incident. In reality, the kidnap victims were a Mr. Pedecaris and I believe his son-in-law. "Mr." Pedecaris was a middle-aged man who turned out to be a Greek nationalist, who had renounced his U.S. citizenship years earlier for financial reasons. But that may have made for an awkward, if not interesting, love story.

  • A Great Movie!

    • Joe
    • 9/18/12

    This is one of my favorite movies! The dialogue is clever. Candice Bergen is not a helpless damsel in this film!Brian Keith IS Teddy Roosevelt! I cannot fathom why this movie has not been relased in Blue Ray!

  • have got to see this!

    • Robin
    • 2/12/10

    If you like Sean Connery.. this one is a mustLove story (kinda) True story?? Scenery is awesome.....

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