An Allied team sets out to free an American officer held by the Nazis in a mountaintop castle in Where Eagles Dare (1969) starring Richard Burton & Clint Eastwood.
Col. Turner (Patrick Wymark), overseen by Adm. Rolland (Michael Hordern), briefs the espionage team led by Turner (Richard Burton) and Shaffer (Clint Eastwood) in an early scene from Where Eagles Dare, 1969.
Smith (Richard Burton) and Shaffer (Clint Eastwood) lead their undercover squad into a German brew-haus where they contact bar-maid secret agent Heidi (Ingrid Pitt) in Where Eagles Dare 1969.
Early in their Alpine infiltration mission, Smith (Richard Burton) dismisses Shaffer (Clint Eastwood) and radios troubling news to Turner (Patrick Wymarck) and Rolland (Michael Hordern) in Where Eagles Dare, 1969.
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Edward Woodward stars as Sergeant Howie, a naive young police officer sent to Summerisle, a secluded island off the coast of Scotland, to investigate the disappearance of a young girl named Rowan. When he arrives there, he finds a very tight-knit community that is mistrustful and hostile to outsiders. Soon, Howie begins to realize that the town might be a strange pagan cult, one given to unbridled sexuality and possible human sacrifice. Seeking an audience with the oddly civilized Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee), Howie hopes to get to the bottom of the mystery, but instead he finds something more shocking than he could have ever imagined.
A review of local police files reveals that owners of a particular mansion have all died in a horrible fashion. In one instance, "Method for Murder," the obsessions of a mystery writer provide his wife with an opportunity to do him in. In a second, "Waxworks," the owner was the unhappy recipient of the attentions of a jealous husband. The third, "Sweets to the Sweet," has another fall victim to his charming daughter, who plays with voodoo dolls. And in "The Cloak," a horror-film star who insists on authenticity in his costumes is somehow given the cloak of a real vampire, with humorously ghoulish results.
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