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The Longest Day

The Longest Day (1962)

Rated G 178 min - Drama History War
The retelling of June 6, 1944, from the perspectives of the Germans, US, British, Canadians, and the Free French. Marshall Erwin Rommel, touring the defenses being established as part of the Reich's Atlantic Wall, notes to his officers that when the Allied invasion comes they must be stopped on the beach. "For the Allies as well as the Germans, it will be the longest day"

Directors: Andrew Marton, Ken Annakin

Cast: John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda, Robert Ryan, and Rod Steiger

Release Date: October 3, 1962

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  • gr8whiteshark
    gr8whitesharkMonday, July 22, 2019 at 11:32 pm55 popcorn
    This was a great movie the Germans and French actually speak German and French. (There are subtitles) But that is not the point so this movie is about the D-day invasion if you do not know what that is it was the day the allies did a massive invasion of France in world war ll they landed on five beaches Omaha, Utah, Sword, Golden, and Juno (those are the code names) I like John Wayne allot and I am a fan of history and movies so I give this movie five popcorn.
    • jagsgymnast10
      jagsgymnast10Monday, July 22, 2019 at 11:27 pm33 popcornFeatured
      This movie was interesting at times. Their was a lot of shooting and it definitely was a very long movie. I rated this movie 3 stars. If you don't like black and white movies this is not the best movie for you, I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes war movies, black and white movies, or if you like John Wayne. It was a little bit funny at times and it was very educational. The first part was in German, but it had subtitles in English. The movie was about D-Day, the massive evasions that the British, Americans, and the Scottish did on the beaches of Omaha, Utah, Gold, Juno, and Sword Beach.