A Bridge Too Far

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A Bridge Too Far (1977)

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A Bridge Too Far tells the story of Operation Market Garden, the failed attempt by the allies to end the war quickly by securing three bridges in Holland and allowing access over the Rhine into Germany. A combination of poor allied intelligence and the presence of two crack German Panzer divisions meant that the final part of this operation (the bridge in Arnhem over the Rhine, the titular 'bridge too far') was doomed to failure.

Director: Richard Attenborough
Writer: William Goldman

A Bridge Too Far Vodly
Vodly Score: 7.2/10 from 345 votes
Release Date: 1977-06-15
Status: Released
Run time: 175 min / 2:55
Budget: $22,000,000
Revenue: $50,750,000
Production Companies : United Artists, Joseph E. Levine Productions
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America

Casts

Dirk Bogarde
as Lt. Gen. Frederick Browning
James Caan
as Sgt. Eddie Dohun
Michael Caine
as Lt. Col. John O.E. Vandeleur
Sean Connery
as Maj. Gen. Robert E. Urquhart
Edward Fox
as Lt. Gen. Brian G. Horrocks
Elliott Gould
as Col. Robert Stout
Gene Hackman
as Maj. Gen. Stanislaw F. Sosabowski
Anthony Hopkins
as Lt. Col. John D. Frost
Hardy Krüger
as Generalmajor der Waffen-SS Karl Ludwig
Laurence Olivier
as Dr. Jan Spaander
Ryan O'Neal
as Brig. Gen. James M. Gavin
Robert Redford
as Maj. Julian Cook
Maximilian Schell
as General der Waffen-SS Wilhelm Bittrich
Liv Ullmann
as Kate ter Horst - "the Angel of Arnhem"
John Judd
as Sergeant Clegg
Denholm Elliott
as RAF meteorologist officer
Jeremy Kemp
as R.A.F. Briefing Officer
Wolfgang Preiss
as Field Marshal Karl R.G. Von Rundstedt
Nicholas Campbell
as Capt. Glass
Colin Farrell
as Cpl. Hancock
Walter Kohut
as Field Marshal Walter Model
Alun Armstrong
as Cpl. Davies
Hans von Borsody
as Gen. Günther Blumentritt
Hartmut Becker
as German Sentry
Michael Byrne
as Lt. Col. Giles A.M. Vandeleur
Garrick Hagon
as Lt. Rafferty
John Ratzenberger
as U.S. Lieutenant
Fred Williams
as Capt. Grabner
Ben Cross
as Trooper Binns
Arthur Hill
as U.S. Medical Colonel
Edward Kalinski
as Pvt. Archer
Ben Howard
as Sergeant Towns
Donald Douglas
as Brig. Gen. Gerald Lathbury
Tom van Beek
as Jan Ter Horst
Siem Vroom
as Underground Leader
Marlies van Alcmaer
as Underground Leader's Wife
Erik van 't Wout
as Underground Leader's Son
Donald Pickering
as Lt. Col. Mackenzie
Frank Grimes
as Maj. Fuller
Stephen Moore
as Maj. Steele
Peter Settelen
as Lt. Cole
Paul Copley
as Pvt. Wicks
Gerald Sim
as Col. Sims
Harry Ditson
as US Private
Stanley Lebor
as RSM
Christopher Good
as Maj. Carlyle
Anthony Milner
as Pvt. Dodds
Norman Gregory
as Pvt. Morgan
Barry McCarthy
as Pvt. Clark
Lex van Delden
as Sgt. Matthias
Michael Wolf
as Field Marshal Model's Aide
Brian Hawksley
as Vicar
Erik Chitty
as Church Organist
Geoffrey Hinsliff
as British Radio Operator
Sean Mathias
as Irish Guards Officer
Tim Beekman
as German Private
Hilary Minster
as British Medical Officer
David English
as Pvt. Andrews
Michael Graham Cox
as Capt. Cleminson
Timothy Morand
as British Corporal
James Wardroper
as Pvt. Gibbs
Stephen Rayment
as Grenadier Guards Officer
Peter Gordon
as US Sergeant
Brian Gwaspari
as US Engineer
Neil Kennedy
as Col. Barker
John Salthouse
as Pvt. 'Ginger' Marsh
Jack Galloway
as Pvt. Vincent
Milton Cadman
as Pvt. Long
David Auker
as 'Taffy' Brace
Jonathan Hackett
as Glider Pilot
Patrick Ryecart
as German Lieutenant
Richard Kane
as Col. Weaver
Toby Salaman
as Pvt. Stephenson
Anthony Pullen Shaw
as US Captain
Edward Seckerson
as British Padre
Michael Bangerter
as British Staff Colonel
Dick Rienstra
as Capt. Krafft
Ian Liston
as Sgt. Whitney
George Innes
as Sgt. Macdonald
Simon Chandler
as Pvt. Simmonds
Paul Rattee
as Pvt. Sheridan
Paul Rattee
as Pvt. Gordon
Mark Sheridan
as Sgt. Tomblin
John Stride
as Grenadier Guards Major
Niall Padden
as Medical Orderly
Shaun Curry
as Cpl. Robbins
Sebastian Abineri
as Sgt. Treadwell
Pieter Groenier
as Young Dutch Couple
Adrienne Kleiweg
as Young Dutch Couple
Georgette Reyevski
as Old Dutch Couple
Johan te Slaa
as Old Dutch Couple
Mary Smithuysen
as Old Dutch Lady
Hans Croiset
as Hans - Old Dutch Lady's Son
Henny Alma
as Dutch Villager
Bertus Botterman
as Dutch Villager
Josephine Peeper
as Cafe Waitress
Myles Reithermann
as Boat Truck Driver
Andrew Branch
as Flute Player
Ray Jewers
as US Radio Operator
Keith Drinkel
as Lt. Cornish
Stephen Churchett
as British Soldier
Richard Attenborough
as Lunatic with Glasses (uncredited)
Anthony Milner
as Private Dodds
John Morton
as US Padre

Crew

Directing Richard Attenborough Director
Writing Cornelius Ryan Novel
Writing William Goldman Screenplay
Sound John Addison Original Music Composer
Camera Geoffrey Unsworth Director of Photography
Editing Antony Gibbs Editor
Production Miriam Brickman Casting
Production Joseph E. Levine Producer
Production Richard P. Levine Producer
Production Michael Stanley-Evans Producer
Art Terence Marsh Production Design
Production John Palmer Associate Producer
Art Stuart Craig Art Direction
Art Roy Stannard Art Direction
Art Alan Tomkins Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Anthony Mendleson Costume Design
Sound Peter Horrocks Sound Editor
Sound Simon Kaye Sound Recordist
Sound Les Wiggins Sound Editor

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