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Zulu

1963

Cy Endfield
Director

Skipping merrily over the pros and cons of colonialism, what we have here is a thunderingly good action adventure. What the Alamo is to the Americans, so is Rorke's Drift to the British. Baker and Caine are great, but Nigel Green as the stoic Colour Sergeant Bourne steals the show.

CountryArtworkTitleReleaseFormatRatingRuntime (Mins)Aspect
17th June 1964
Cinema

Amazon
20th May 2003
DVD
Unrated
138
2.35:1

Amazon
9th November 2007
DVD

133




Stanley Baker
Lt. John Chard
Jack Hawkins
Reverend Otto Witt
Ulla Jacobsson
Margareta Witt
James Booth
Private Henry Hook
Michael Caine
Lieut Gonville Bromhead
Nigel Green
Colour Sergeant Bourne
Ivor Emmanuel
Private Owen
Paul Daneman
Sergeant Maxfield
Glynn Edwards
Corporal Allen
Neil McCarthy
Private Thomas
David Kernan
Private Hitch
Gary Bond
Private Cole
Peter Gill
Private 612 Williams
Tom Gerrard
Lance Corporal
Patrick Magee
Surgeon Reynolds
Richard Davies
Private 593 Jones
Denys Graham
Private 716 Jones
Dafydd Havard
Gunner Howarth
Dickie Owen
Corporal Schiess
Larry Taylor
Hughes
Joe Powell
Sergeant Windridge
John Sullivan
Stephenson
Harvey Hall
Sick Man
Gert van den Bergh
Adendorff
Dennis Folbigge
Commissary Dalton
Kerry Jordan
Company Cook
Ronald Hill
Bugler
Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Cetehwayo (as Chief Buthelezi)
Daniel Tshabalala
Jacob
Ephraim Mbhele
Red Garters
Simon Sabela
Dance Leader
Richard Burton
Narrator (voice)
Michael Bishop
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Michael Bishop
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