Secreta invasión


Secreta invasión
Secreta invasión
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It is important that when we see a movie, it attracts us and involves us in the story it is telling us. If that connection is what you are looking for, Secreta invasión is your ideal movie.
The release date of this film is in year 1964.
Both the leads and supporting actors (Stewart Granger, Raf Vallone, Mickey Rooney, Edd Byrnes, Henry Silva) do an excellent job.

Roger Corman He has always been a very hard-working person and that has been reflected in his way of directing the film according to his style.
The characters evolve throughout 95 min. the film lasts.
The film industry exists in practically every country in the world, but this feature film belongs to United States.

The script was created by R. Wright Campbell.
The production companies are betting on certain stories that they will later turn into movies and, without a doubt, San Carlos Productions has been completely right with this one.
The melody that accompanies the scenes of this film with such a powerful message, has been devised by Hugo Friedhofer.

The direction of photography has been in charge of Arthur E. Arling.
As a result of a whole production process on a very marked line, we have been able to see a Drama, Warlike movie full of messages and work of months and even years.


Critics Secreta invasión

Poor script, good location. Before the Dirty Dozen ... there was a secret invasion. Doubtful patriots
A Roger Corman project almost forgotten. A few steps above the average adventure. Good little war movie
A super cheap movie like The Dirty Dozen: although it came out several years before. Better than you think. Better than a dozen
3.5 out of 5 action rating. 1940s characters in 1960s costumes. Good war drama
Quality in a low-budget precursor to The Dirty Dozen. Hell in the Balkans. Can I mention other better war movies?
It should have remained a secret! Rugged WWII actor about a seasoned commander and his misfit command. The dirty half dozen
Not very good. Funny war movie with dirty dozens theme. Misfits on a mission that made sense
Striking the ax off the shaft. A good movie. Did it pave the way for future movies?
Shocking scenes and inattention to uniforms.
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