Anthony Quinn gives one of his best performances as Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Raspeguy a hard-headed officer determined to become a hero at any cost in this dramatic war saga. With strong technical merit and outstanding performances throughout 'Lost Command' vividly illustrates man's inhumanity to man for the sake of personal glory...
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Anthony Quinn gives one of his best performances as Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Raspeguy, a hard-headed officer determined to become a hero at any cost in this dramatic war saga. With strong technical merit and outstanding performances throughout, 'Lost Command' vividly illustrates man's inhumanity to man for the sake of personal glory. Actors Anthony Quinn, Alain Delon, George Segal, Michele Morgan, Maurice Ronet, Claudia Cardinale, Gregoire Aslan & Burt Kwouk Director Mark Robson Certificate 15 years and over Year 1966 Screen Widescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic Languages English - Dolby Digital Surround Additional Languages Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono: German ; Italian ; Spanish ; French Subtitles Arabic ; Bulgarian ; Czech ; Danish ; Dutch ; English ; Finnish ; French ; German ; Greek ; Hebrew ; Hindi ; Hungarian ; Icelandic ; Italian ; Norwegian ; Polish ; Portugese ; Spanish ; Swedish ; Turkish Duration 2 hours and 4 minutes (approx) Region Region 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.
Hungry for glory, Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Raspeguy (Anthony Quinn) is devastated when he is relieved of all command after leading his defeated French army out of Indochina. Offered the chance of a new command by a French Countess (Michele Morgan), Raspeguy enlists the help of two old war buddies in whipping a raw, untrained unit into shape. Their mission is to stop an Arab terrorist (George Segal) from ousting the French from Algeria, and Raspeguy is desperate to succeed at any cost.