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Night of the Generals Review (1967) | Classic Film | Peter O'Toole | Omar Sharif | Murder Mystery



A classic film review of the world war 2 murder mystery movie Night of the Generals Review (1967) with a mega cast of Peter O’Toole, Omar Sharif, Donald Pleasence, Charles Gray, Tom Courtenay and Joanna Pettet.

Directed by Anatole Litvak, Night of the Generals kicks off in 1942, in occupied Poland As Operation Barbarossa is nearing Moscow and Polish partisans are tormenting occupying forces. A local hears a scream in his tenement block and hides in a toilet where he catches a glimpse of a man’s red striped military trousers, the uniform of a German general.

He finds the body of a prostitute that has been stabbed to death.
It turns out this prostitute was also a Nazi informant, and therefore Maj. Grau (a brilliant Omar Sharif) of Military Intelligence is sent to investigate…

The three main suspects are three Nazi generals: we have Nazi poster child Peter O’Toole, the creepy Donald Pleasence, and seemingly strait-laced Charles Gray.
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Steven at Reel Classic Films Reviews discusses the film, and how it has earned its place as one of cinemas most negleted but brilliant films of the 1960’s, and a rare world war 2 murder mystery thriller.
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