A Bridge Too Far (1977)

Tell Him to Go to Hell

Leuitenant Colonel Frost (Anthony Hopkins) orders the rejection of the Germans’ surrender to Major Carlyle (Christopher Good).

Directed by Richard Attenborough.

Released in 1977 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Enemy
  • character-type: Soldier
  • character-type: Military Officer
  • action: Shout
  • editors-choice: Tuff Guys
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Military & War Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Real Life
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Contemporary Literature
  • secondary-genre: 20th Century Period Pieces
  • mood: Feel-Good
  • primary-occasion: Holidays
  • secondary-occasion: Veteran's Day
  • prop: Flag
  • setting: War Zone
  • setting: Bridge
  • theme: Perseverance
  • theme: War
  • actor: Maximilian Schell
  • actor: Christopher Good
  • actor: Anthony Hopkins
  • director: Richard Attenborough
  • producer: John Palmer
  • producer: Richard P. Levine
  • producer: Michael Stanley-Evans
  • producer: Joseph E. Levine
  • cinematographer: Geoffrey Unsworth
  • composer: John Addison
  • editor: Antony Gibbs
  • costume-designer: Anthony Mendleson
  • production-designer: Terence Marsh
  • role-name: Lt. Col. John D. Frost
  • role-name: Lt. Gen. Wilhelm Bittrich
  • role-name: Maj. Carlyle
  • screenwriter: Cornelius Ryan
  • screenwriter: William Goldman
  • year: 1977
  • studio: MGM