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The Crossing

The Crossing

  • Release 11/02/2003
  • Film and TV Genre War Drama
  • Media Format DVD
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Price: £6.01

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It is December 17, 1776. Hounded by his superior British forces, his army decimated by disease, desertion and lack of funds, General George Washington faces the unthinkable: He is losing the war for American Independence. A week later, on Christmas Eve, Washington will make one of the most courageous decisions in military history. Staking everything on a risky surprise attack against a garrison of battle hardened Hessian mercenaries, Washington sets out across the ice-choked Delaware River. Facing a desperate confrontation, in which his career, his life and the American Revolution itself hang in the balance Starring Jeff Daniels and Roger Rees. Includes: Behind the scenes featurette; "Save Our History: George Washington Revealed"; Biographies Filmographies; Historical quotes. Running time: 100 minutes. Languages: English.

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Title: The Crossing
Genre: War Drama
Starring: Nigel Bennett, John Henry Canavan, Jeff Daniels, Michael Frolick, Kelly Harms, Kris Holdenried, Steven McCarthy, Roger Rees, Sebastian Roche
Directors: Robert Harmon, Branko Racki
Studio: A&E Home Video
Release Date: 11/02/2003
Media Format: DVD
Rated: UNR
UPC: 733961706277
Original Language: ENG
Closed Caption: No
Run Time: 100 minutes
Year of Release: 2000