Die Brücke (1959)

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Die Brücke (1959) movie poster.

Movie (1959)
Also known as:
Die Bruecke
The Bridge
Le pont
El puente

Folker Bohnet (Hans Scholten)
Fritz Wepper (Albert Mutz)
Michael Hinz (Walter Forst)
Frank Glaubrecht (Jürgen Borchert)

End of April 1945. A small German town comes into focus as American forces advance in its direction. Seven young boys are recruited into a local army unit, but after only one day in the barracks, the commanding officers receive news that the Americans are approaching, and the garrison is called out.

Unidentified Aircraft

A model with a roundel acting as a fighter approaching, in support of american troops.

DieBrucke fighter1.jpg

And now away ...

DieBrucke fighter2.jpg

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