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Never So Few
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Never So Few 1959


From Amazon: Frank Sinatra told the director to give the newcomer a break. John Sturges (The Great Escape) obliged, providing favorable camera angles for Sinatra's young co-star. In his first big-budget film, Steve McQueen was ready to grab the movie world's attention. McQueen plays Bill Ringa, one of the O.S.S. combatants harassing the enemy in World War II Burma. Sinatra is Capt. Tom Reynolds, leading the guerilla fighters and risking court martial while doing so. Also among Never So Few's many are Charles Bronson, Peter Lawford and in her first Hollywood film, Gina Lollobrigida. About McQueen, the New York Herald Tribune's reviewer wrote: "He...

Directed By:
No image existsJohn Sturges
Starring:
No image existsFrank Sinatra
No image existsGina Lollobrigida
No image existsPeter Lawford
Steve McQueenSteve McQueen
No image existsRichard Johnson
No image existsPaul Henreid
No image existsCharles Bronson

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Never So Few Movie Review by Andy (5/10/2007)

Never does Never So Few achieve a Guns of Navarone level of entertainment. It's a war movie that has action scenes that would fit better in a gangster flick. I hope our soldiers in Iraq just don't stand in the open firing on lines of enemy soldiers. That could be problem, but not for Frank. Unrealistic battle scenes are...

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