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United Kingdom · 1964
2h 18m
Director Cy Endfield
Starring Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson, James Booth
Genre Action, Drama, History, War

During the Zulu wars, Lt. Chard and Lt. Gonville Bromhead command the defense of an isolated outpost from tribal armies, withstanding a siege until they are overwhelmed. 150 soldiers defend a supply station against four thousand Zulus. Eleven of the British soldiers at the station were ultimately awarded the prestigious Victoria Cross.

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Joseph E. Levine makes an impressive debut in British film production with Zulu, a picture that allows ample scope for his flamboyant approach to showmanship.


The New York Times by Bosley Crowther

If you're not too squeamish at the sight of slaughter and blood and can keep your mind fixed on the notion that there was something heroic and strong about British colonial expansion in the 19th century, you may find a great deal of excitement in this robustly Kiplingesque film.


Slant Magazine by Jaime N. Christley

A good platter for a great, underappreciated classic of British cinema (under the direction of American expatriate Cy Endfield)—light on supplements but strong in presentation.

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