The Blue Max

During WWI a young German (George Peppard) fresh out of aviation training school competes for the coveted "Blue Max" flying award with other members of a squadron of seasoned flyers from aristocratic backgrounds. With James Mason, Ursula Andress.

Year: 1966
Genre: War and Anti-War Films
Country: USA
Director: John Guillermin
Starring: Anton Diffring, George Peppard, James Mason, Jeremy Kemp, Ursula Andress, Karl Michael Vogler
Duration: 149 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains violence.
Location in store: War
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