The Demolition Squad (1967)

Director
Hajrudin Krvavac

Main cast
Rade Marković; Velimir 'Bata' Živojinović; Jovan Janićijević 'Burduš'; Ljubisa Samardzic; Husein Cokic

Genres
War

Description
The Germans held the strategically important airport, where planes were taking off to bombard partisans positions. Headquarters of one a partisan unit sent a few commandos to blow up airplanes and airport in the air.


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