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Desc:trailer for the most autastic movie of the cold war
Category:Classic Movies, Trailers
Tags:Submarine, rock hudson, Howard Hughes, Ice Station Zebra
Submitted:Lurchi
Date:08/09/16
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EvilHomer
I used to love Alister MacLean; read all of his books back in third or fourth grade, immediately after exhausting my TinTin collection. However, I have never seen any of the films - are they any good?
chumbucket
It was the movies that got me into reading the books. Actually, Where Eagles Dare was written for the movie. Patrick McGoohan sells this for me.

StanleyPain
ISZ is a pretty good movie with a really good cast. I can't speak for the other movies based on his books, but Where Eagles Dare is fucking awesome. It was actually written as a script/treatment before MacLean turned it into a novel. It's a good WWII action film/thriller anyway, but part of the charm of it for me is seeing this seasoned, "classical" actor Richard Burton just murdering the shit out of dozens of Nazis.

I take it back, the only other MacLean movie I can remember seeing was Bear Island. It got absolutely awful reviews at the time, but I remember actually thinking it was pretty good.

Lurchi
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Reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes, who had experience both as a movie producer and a defense contractor for the United States, is said to have watched a private print of Ice Station Zebra 150 times on a continuous loop in his private hotel suite during the years prior to his death.[10] In his 2013 autobiography My Way, singer Paul Anka writes that Hughes kept a permanent penthouse at the Desert Inn hotel in Las Vegas and owned a local TV station. "We knew when Hughes was in town," Anka wrote. "You'd get back to your room, turn on the TV at 2 a.m. and the movie 'Ice Station Zebra' would be playing. At 5 a.m., it would start all over again. It was on almost every night. Hughes loved that movie."
decoy
I love Patrick McGoohan's outbursts.
Nominal
autastic?
chumbucket
I'm autastic say me fantastic.

Herr Matthias
"Actually, I want it in a money order, and make it out to Ice Station Zebra Associates. That's my loan out. It's totally legit, it's done just for tax purposes."
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