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Broadsword Calling Danny Boy

Istic Clint Eastwood Where Eagles Dare is the apex of 1960s war movies by turns enjoyable and preposterous 'Broadsword Calling Danny Boy' is Geoff Dyer's tribute to the film he has loved since childhood an analysis taking us from its snowy Teutonic opening credi I loved being able to own a film previously enjoyed at the movies on a DVD disc and play it whenever I want This pleasure multiplied

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From the acclaimed writer and critic Geoff Dyer an extremely funny scene by scene analysis of Where Eagles Dare published as the film reaches its 50th anniversaryA thrilling Alpine adventure starring a magnificent bleary eyed Richard Burton and a coolly anachron Geoff Dyer has long been a fan of the classic 1960 s war film Where Eagles Dare this is his tribute to that film Dyer takes us throug


10 thoughts on “Broadsword Calling Danny Boy

  1. says:

    “Broadsword Calling Danny Boy” is a kind of written commentary track by Geoff Dyer on the 1968 Richard BurtonClint Eastwood WW2 movie Where Eagles Dare the title is a line from the film It sounded like an appealingly unusual book and I’ve heard that Dyer is a hoot so I thought this might’ve been a fun read and unfortunately it wasn’t Maybe he’s hilarious in his other books but going by this one Geoff Dyer is a desperately unf

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    45 hilarious a

  3. says:

    Geoff Dyer has long been a fan of the classic 1960's war film Where Eagles Dare this is his tribute to that film Dyer takes us through the film scene by secene which sounds very boring but it isn't He throws in plenty of witty comments about the film ranging from Clint Eastwood's acting mostly suinting to some of the film's absurdl

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    I loved being able to own a film previously enjoyed at the movies on a DVD disc and play it whenever I want This pleasure multiplied numerous times when it included cut scenes alternative endings or most desired director's commentariesHowever if I am honest my subseuent re watching of these films does not justify the expense other than to have it to hand to show to someone who has never heard of the movie let alone seen itWith the multiple

  5. says:

    Every so often i do like to try something totally different from the usual genres that i enjoy reading Sometimes i find i am wanting to read of a genre that i haven't thought about before and sometimes not All i can say that this book wasn't for me However i do thank Netgalley and the Publishers for my copy and this is my honest review

  6. says:

    Oh dear Slapped wrists to all the blurb writers who mention this as being funny; it's patently not Instead it's a sugar rush of observations noted down while a film was playing in the background – but with this level of frenetic detail it must have taken multiple viewings either that or the pause button was pressed ever

  7. says:

    35 StarsThe good thing about this is that I have never seen the movie before The bad thing about this is that I have never seen the movie before I am a huge fan of Dyer and anything of his particularly in non fiction always makes for good to great reading This short book is really a long form essay a fan letter to one of his favourite films from his formative years which he admits that he was too ashamed to declare his love for

  8. says:

    ‘Broadsword calling Danny boy’ is a phrase imprinted on anyone who knows the film where Eagles Dare and I defy anyone ca

  9. says:

    I loved Broadsword Calling Danny Boy It’s funny affectionate but knowing and rather insightful in placesFairly obviously this is written for people who know the film Where Eagles Dare and preferably who love it – a group which

  10. says:

    Now I've seen Where Eagles Dare close to a couple of dozen times It is to the undying little boy within the greatest guilty pleasure in all movie history To further amaze I'm not the only brainy little kid on this cable car Among my fellow passengers are the distinguished critic Clive James; Man Booker Prize winning author Michael

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