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  The Coolest Guy Movie Ever on DVD and digital [read more]
  Great escapism
  From filmmaker and film historian Chris Espenan comes The Coolest Guy Movie Ever - a fascinating forensic documentary about the making of the classic World War II adventure film The Great Escape - to DVD and digital HD from Virgil Films on August 21, 2018, after a special screening earlier this year at Marché du film in Cannes.

Before Evans, Hemsworth, and Downey Jr. there was McQueen, Garner, and Bronson. These men represented what it meant to be tough guys in the 1960s, and they had the acting chops to play the toughest characters around - including the real life airmen who pulled off one of the most improbable escapes in war history.

The filming locations of the enormously popular World War II adventure The Great Escape have become enshrined over the years by film buffs and historians alike, forever changing the landscape of the small German towns that once played host to these Hollywood heavyweights. Now for the first time, Filmmaker Chris Espenan set out to visit all of the locations in Germany where the 1963 film was made, while compiling facts, behind-the-scenes stories, and inside information on how the film was produced. Trailer's up there.
  Graeme Clark [25 Jul 2018 at 23:57]
     

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