Seven Thunders (US title: The Beasts of Marseilles) is a 1957 Second World War film directed by Hugo Fregonese and starring Stephen Boyd, James Robertson Justice, Kathleen Harrison, Tony Wright and Anna Gaylor. It is about two British escaped prisoners of war.
In 1943, Dave (Stephen Boyd), an officer, and Jim (Tony Wright), escape from separate prison camps and are paired together by the underground. They are taken to Marseille by a fishing boat captain to wait for the right opportunity to try for Britain. While they wait, local woman Lise (Anna Gaylor) falls in love with Dave. He is attracted to her, but is engaged.
|events||World War II|
|keywords||boat captain britain build engage eugene deckers fishing boat french resistance hide kill marcel petiot prison camp real life their way tony wright uk vichy vichy france warn|
|producer||Daniel M. Angel John Brabourne|
|publisher||Monogram Pictures Rank Film Distributors|
|recordedAt||Marseille Pinewood Studios|
|theme||serial killer war|