Shout At The Devil

  • 1976
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Drama, War

A WW I German cruiser is hidden away for repairs in Southeast Africa; Sebastian (Roger Moore), a witty Englishman, and Flynn (Lee Marvin), a hard-drinking Irish-American, want to blow it up and show the Germans a thing or two. Assisting the pair is Sebastian's wife, Rosa (Barbara Parkins), who is determined to avenge the Germans' murder of her child. Like...read more

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A WW I German cruiser is hidden away for repairs in Southeast Africa; Sebastian (Roger Moore), a witty Englishman, and Flynn (Lee Marvin), a hard-drinking Irish-American, want to blow it up and show the Germans a thing or two. Assisting the pair is Sebastian's wife, Rosa (Barbara

Parkins), who is determined to avenge the Germans' murder of her child. Like many of the big-star, big-budget action movies of the 1970s, SHOUT AT THE DEVIL does have its moments (particularly the action sequences), but for the most part it's an overlong study of two caricatures--the proper

Englishman and the sauced Irishman. There's even a very macho brawl between the two to point up their differences and the male myths they respectively represent. Moore's character has a certain James Bond-style machismo, no surprise when one considers that director Peter Hunt made his debut with

the George Lazenby Bond film ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE before going on to film two non-Bond adventure films with future 007 Moore (both based on Wilbur Smith novels), GOLD and SHOUT AT THE DEVIL. Originally released at 147 minutes, but mercifully reduced to its present length for its US

release.

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  • Released: 1976
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: A WW I German cruiser is hidden away for repairs in Southeast Africa; Sebastian (Roger Moore), a witty Englishman, and Flynn (Lee Marvin), a hard-drinking Irish-American, want to blow it up and show the Germans a thing or two. Assisting the pair is Sebasti… (more)

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