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21 Hours at Munich
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21 Hours at Munich 1976

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On Sept. 5, 1972, at the Olympic village in Munich, West Germany, a group of Palestinian terrorists known as Black September infiltrated the Israeli athletes' dormitories and took them hostage at gunpoint, murdering two men in the process. What would unfold would be a day of infamy, as the world watched the nightmare play out before their eyes.

Release Date:November 7th, 1976
Running Time:101 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsWilliam A. Graham
Written By:
No image existsSerge Groussard
No image existsHoward Fast
No image existsEdward Hume
William HoldenWilliam Holden
Shirley KnightShirley Knight
No image existsFranco Nero
No image existsRichard Basehart
No image existsAnthony Quayle
No image existsNoel Willman
No image existsGeorg Marischka
No image existsPaul L. Smith
No image existsGŁnther Maria Halmer
No image existsMartin Gilat
No image existsMichael Degen
No image existsJames Hurley
No image existsWalter Kohut
No image existsElse Quecke
No image existsDjamchid 'Jim' Soheili

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21 Hours at Munich Movie Review by Movie Addict (10/20/2007)

I have no particular affinity for the Isralies. I just happen to believe that genocide is evil, no matter who the victims are. Wheteher is be Israeli, Darfur, or Sunni Muslims in Iraq, it is evil.

This film did a credible job of showing this evil by giving us another picture of what happened in Munich in 1972. It should...

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