FRED Watch Episode 15: Zulu (1964)

CAINE’S EPIC DEBUT.

Diamond Films / Paramount Pictures / Embassy Pictures

For this month’s FRED Watch podcast, Phillip introduces Wayne to his all-time favorite film (outside of the Star Wars franchise, of course!)—the epic war drama Zulu (1964).

It marked the big screen debut of Michael Caine and is an example of imperial narratives, so does the film still hold up from a contemporary perspective?

Listen to their review here:

 

Check out the theatrical trailer:

Starring: Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson, James Booth, Michael Caine, Richard Burton (narrator).

Director: Cy Endfield | Writers: John Prebble, Cy Endfield (story: John Prebble) | Producers: Stanley Baker,
Cy Endfield | Music: John Barry | Cinematographer: Stephen Dade | Editor: John Jympson

Available: DVD.

 

Let us know what you thought of this film in the comments!

 

You’ve just experienced FRED Watch.

 

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