The Hill

  • 1965
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Prison, War

At a military stockade in North Africa, prisoners are forced to run up and down a hill of sand and stone under the hot sun with full equipment. When one drops from exhaustion, busted sergeant major Connery tries to get him medical help, but sadistic sergeant Hendry orders the man to keep marching, and the man soon dies. Connery tries to file a formal complaint...read more

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The Hill - Official Trailer
02:48 — World War II drama about a group of prisoners who struggle against a ferocious staff sergeant in a British disciplinary camp located in the Libyan des (more…)
(Movie Clip) Damn Funny Hill
Williams (Ian Hendry) puts the new prisoners (Roy Kinnear, Ossie Davis, Alfred Lynch, Jack Watson), with special emphasis on Roberts (Sean Connery), t (more…)
(Movie Clip) Fit For Punishment
As Williams (Ian Hendry) works out the prisoners (Sean Connery, Ossie Davis, Jack Watson, Alfred Lynch, Roy Kinnear), Harris (Ian Bannen) fails to per (more…)
(Movie Clip) Let's Have Your Names
Sergeant Wilson (Jack Andrews) interviews five new British military prisoners (Ossie Davis, Roy Kinnear, Jack Watson, Alfred Lynch, Sean Connery) in a (more…)
(Movie Clip) Opening Credits
No fussy music in the opening title sequence from Sidney Lumet's The Hill, 1965, set in a British miliatry prison in North Africa, starring Sean Conne (more…)
(Original Movie Promo)
Prisoners fight to survive the grueling conditions in a North African military stockade in The Hill (1965), starring Sean Connery.
The Hill trailer
Sean Connery is a military prisoner in a Libyan World War II camp who must endure the torture of The Hill (1965).

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: At a military stockade in North Africa, prisoners are forced to run up and down a hill of sand and stone under the hot sun with full equipment. When one drops from exhaustion, busted sergeant major Connery tries to get him medical help, but sadistic sergea… (more)

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