From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Hornet's Nest is a "men on a mission" WW2 adventure movie/drama starring Rock Hudson. It's a U.S. production filmed in Europe.
- Released in 1970
- Running time: 110 minutes
- Distribution Co: United Artists
- Directors: Phil Karlson, Franco Cirino
- Starring: Rock Hudson, Sylvia Koscina, Sergio Fantoni, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart
- Music by Ennio Morricone
- Produced by Stanley S. Canter
- Written by Stanley Colbert (story), S.S. Schweitzer
- Cinematography by Gábor Pogány
- Edited by J. Terry Williams
Also known as
- Das Wespennest
- El Nido de Avispas
An American paratrooper is the only one left after a drop behind enemy lines in Nazi-occupied Italy. His partisan contacts dead, he enlists the help of local kids and a reluctant German doctor in order to complete his mission and blow up a dam.