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Battle of the Bulge  (1965)

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The movie Battle of the Bulge, released in 1965 and directed by Ken Annakin, was shot on film using Ultra Panavision 70 Camera with Jack Hildyard as cinematographer .
Directed by | Ken Annakin
Cinematography by | Jack Hildyard
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Country | USA
Language | English, German
Genres | Drama, History, War

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