Battle Beneath the Earth

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Time Out says

A hilarious example of Reds-under-the-bed literalism, Battle Beneath the Earth takes for its starting point the notion that Chinese troops are burrowing their way under America as part of a devilish plan to conquer the bastion of Western Democracy. Sadly, the film itself is neither as naive nor as adventurous as its premise.
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Release details

UK release:

1967

Duration:

91 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Montgomery Tully

Cast:

Martin Benson, Robert Ayres, Viviane Ventura, Kerwin Mathews, Peter Arne

Music:

Ken Jones

Art Director:

Jim Morahan

Editor:

Sidney Stone

Cinematography:

Ken Talbot

Screenwriter:

LZ Hargreaves

Producer:

Charles Reynolds

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