The Young Lions

Directed by: Edward Dmytryk, USA, 1957

USA, 1957
Szenenphoto aus The Young Lions, © 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation


Cast and Credits

Production 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation
Director Edward Dmytryk
Scenario Edward Anhalt
Story Irwin Shaw [Novel]
Cast Hal Baylor
Marlon Brando [Lt. Christian Diestl]
May Britt
Julian Burton
Montgomery Clift
Dean Martin
Maximilian Schell

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Black and White,Length: 155 minutes
Sound System: not indicated

Reviews in German: "Intelligenter und faszinierender Einblick in das Schicksal dreier Soldaten"
(Motion Picture Guide)

General Information

The Young Lions is a motion picture produced in the year 1957 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Hal Baylor, May Britt, Montgomery Clift, Dean Martin, Maximilian Schell, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file;

Bibliography La cinémathèque Suisse # 124 pg 9f; Cinémathèque Suisse nr. 177, Lausanne 1999

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