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Title: Where Eagles Dare (UK, USA, Australia)
Croatia: Orlovo Gnijezdo (=Eagles' Nest)
Czechia: Kam orli nelétají (=Where Eagles Do Not Fly)
Denmark: Ørneborgen (=The Castle of Eagles)
Finland: Kotkat Kuuntelevat (=The Eagles are listening)
France: Quand Les Aigles Attaquent (=When the eagles attack)
Germany: Agenten Sterben Einsam (=Agents are dying alone)
Greece: Opou Tolmoun Oi Aetoi
Hungary: Kémek a Sasfészekben (=Spies in the eagle's nest)
Italy: Dove Osano le Aquile (=Where Eagles Dare)
Netherlands: De Genadelozen (=The Mercyless)
Norway: Ørneredet (=Eagles' Nest)
Poland: Tylko dla orlow (=For eagles only)
Portugal: Desafio das Águias, O
Russia: Kuda zaletayut tolka orly (=Where Only Eagles Fly)
Serbia: Orlovo gnezdo
Spain: El Desafio De Las Aguilas
Sweden: Örnnästet (=Eagles' Nest)

Produced: 1968, by Winkast
Released by: MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Certification: UK: PG / USA: PG / Sweden: 15 yoa
Parental rating: Cautionary, some scenes objectionable
Color or b/w: Color
Language: English
Runtime: USA: 148 min / Germany: 148 min / Sweden: 153 min
Sound mix: Stereo

Cinema release date:
4 December 1968 (UK)
14 December 1968 (Japan)
23 January 1969 (Sweden)
6 March 1969 (West Germany)
7 March 1969 (Finland)
12 March 1969 (USA)
18 April 1969 (Spain)
29 May 1969 (Hong Kong)
23 June 1969 (France)
23 August 1969 (Italy)
16 September 1969 (Norway)

Exhibitor screenings:
Rivoli in New York, NY on Dec. 3 1968
Cinema 2 North Park in Dallas, TX on Dec. 5 1968
Madison in Detroit, MI on Dec. 5 1968
Mike Todd in Chicago, IL on Dec. 5 1968
St. Francis in San Francisco, CA on Dec. 5 1968
Roxy in Atlanta, GA on Dec. 10 1968

Filming locations:
Burg Hohenwerfen, Werfen (Austria); in January 1968
Ebensee (Austria); in January 1968
Airport scenes filmed in Aigen/Ennstal (Austria); in early 1968
Borehamwood Studios, London (England); in spring 1968


Economy
Gross: SEK 11,639,000 (Sweden)
Admissions: 1,134,000 (Sweden)


Technical Specifications
Film length: 13950 ft or 4254 m (in Sweden: 4220 m)
Film negative format: 35 mm
Cinematographic process: Panavision 70
Printed film format: 35 mm, 70 mm
Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1