Tag Archives: Carl Möhner
The Camp on Blood Island (1958) Val Guest, André Morell, Carl Möhner, Walter Fitzgerald, Action, Drama, History, War
Set in a Japanese prisoner of war camp during World War II, the film focuses on the brutality and horror that the allied prisoners were exposed to as the Japanese metered out subjugation and punishment to a disgraced and defeated enemy.
Celui qui doit mourir / He Who Must Die (1957) Jules Dassin, Jean Servais, Carl Möhner, Grégoire Aslan, Drama
Rififi / Du rififi chez les hommes (1955) Jules Dassin, Jean Servais, Carl Möhner, Robert Manuel, Crime, Thriller, Film-Noir
After making such American noir classics as Brute Force and The Naked City, the blacklisted director Jules Dassin went to Paris and embarked on his masterpiece: a twisting, turning tale of four ex-cons who hatch one last glorious robbery in the City of Light. Rififi is the ultimate heist movie, a mélange of suspense, brutality, and dark humor that was an international hit, earned Dassin the best director prize at the Cannes Film Festival, and has proven wildly influential on the decades of heist thrillers that have come in its wake.
Sink the Bismarck! (1960) Lewis Gilbert, Kenneth More, Dana Wynter, Carl Möhner, Action, Drama, History
Chronicles the breakout of the Bismarck during the early days of World War Two. Seen both from the point of view of the many naval vessels on both sides and from the central headquarters of the British where the search for the super battleship was controlled.