633 Squadron has enjoyed an unqualified string of successes. Their luck changes when they are assigned to bomb a German rocket fuel plant, in Norway which is guarded by heavy anti-aircraft defences, and the plant is considered bomb-proof. Their nearly impossible mission is further complicated by a German air raid, the difficult approach to the target and the capture and torture of the underground leader who is assisting the squadron.
the DVD was exactly as described and was promptly delivered within the time statedPublished 10 months ago by PattyBoy
It was a great movie. I worked for Dehavland, the company that produced those aircraft,Published 10 months ago by james clark
Loved this film when I first saw it as a 9-yo ww2 airplane-crazy kid at a neigbors house, none of the limited special-effects taint it then, anymore than they did 'The Battle of... Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2004 by patrick
If you're English the first time you saw this movie was probably on TV whilst a Test Cricket match was rained off. This film must have been kept on permanent stand-by by the BBC. Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2003 by David A. Fisher
I like Cliff Robertson. What a movie. The music and photography are outstanding. I like these old war movies. This is a good one.Published on July 22 2003 by kametamorphic
I was 9 years old when I first saw 633 Squadron. I think I must have watched it 20 or more times. My greatest joy was when I have had the priviledge of working with its director,... Read morePublished on June 3 2003 by John Lyle Campbell
Well I am an American, but I love the British planes and movies. This cast I think is mostly British and do a splendid job of acting. Read morePublished on May 8 2003 by C. A. Luster