D-Day: The Sixth of June
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D-Day: The Sixth of June
We don't see much of Omaha Beach in D-Day, the Sixth of June. Instead, the film concentrates on a romantic triangle involving American officer Robert Taylor, British officer Richard Todd and the lovely Dana Wynter. Taylor and Todd spend the last hours before D-Day reminiscing about Wynter. The romantic dilemma is eventually solved shortly after the invasion, when one of the men conveniently steps on a land mine. Lionel Shapiro's novel was geared more for the beach-and-bonbons crowd than war buffs, and the film follows suit. 20th Century-Fox gives a far more thorough account of D-Day… More

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"D-Day: The Sixth of June is a sappy old love-story wrapped up as a macho guy flick, and the movie barely works as either."
‑ Scott Weinberg, Apollo Guide
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