Wargaming.net, the studio behind MMOs World of Tanks and World of Warplanes, will sponsor a four-day marathon of classic films about World War II this July in London, the company announced today.
From July 4 until July 7, the Stratford Cinema London will show back to back screenings of a handful of World War II films. Tickets will cost £8.50 for each screening, with a special four-day pass including admittance to all movies available for £55.
Films scheduled to be shown include The Dirty Dozen, centering on a group of army convicts on a suicide mission; Kelly's Heroes starring Clint Eastwood; Rommel, Desert Fox; action movie The Guns of Navarone; Ice Cold in Alex; Pearl Harbor film Tora! Tora! Tora!; Battle of Britain, a retelling of the events of 1940; The Bridge on the River Kwai, a POW drama; and The Dam Busters, which focuses on a crucial mission led by the British during the war.
More information on tickets as well as a complete schedule of movie times is available on the Stratford Cinema's website.
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