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Across the bridge
der Vergeltung See more » Filming Locations: Shepperton, Studios, Studios Road, Shepperton, Middlesex, England, UK See more » Company Credits Production Co: Independent Film Producers (IFP), The Rank Organisation See more » Show more on IMDbPro » Technical Specs Runtime. See more » Goofs Though set in the.S. Tomatometer, tomatometer Not Available. Where I'd find real happiness and love that's true.
The Sun will shine across the river. Edit, details, country: UK, language: English, spanish, release Date: 22 November 1957 (West Germany see more ». See more genres: Crime, drama, thriller, certificate: 16, see all certifications parents Guide: Add in what different ways is the content advisory for parents ». Across the bridge, there's no more sorrow. At this point, a sign on the wall in the store/gas station/motel (can't remember which) says No Cheques, British spelling, rather than Checks, American spelling. View All Critic Reviews (2 audience Reviews for, across the Bridge. A Graham Greene novel was the basic source for the British psychological melodrama Across the Bridge. Rod Steiger plays Carl Schaffner, a prominent financier who has absconded with company funds. Follow footsteps of the King and you'll hear the voices ring. Trivia This was one of Rod Steiger 's favorite performances, though he was most proud of his work in Der Pfandleiher (1964).