sambungan dari filem The Guns of Navarone (1961)
last aku tengok masa sekolah rendah...masa tu Perilly's Gaya Mutu Keunggulan(penaja rokok) siar di RTM2 kalau tak silap malam2...pastu minggu lepas terjumpa lak DVD nyer...beli la wat koleksi...Harrison Ford tu yg berlakon...Sinopsis
After the successful Navarone mission, Commander Jensen (Philip Latham) tells Mallory (Robert Shaw) and Miller (Edward Fox) to identify and kill a spy known as "Nicolai", who appeared briefly in The Guns of Navarone. (In The Guns of Navarone, Nicolai was the laundry boy suspected of listening to conversations). "Nicolai" is now thought to be disguised among the Yugoslav Partisans as a Captain Lescovar (Franco Nero).
To get to Yugoslavia the two men pair with "Force 10", a sabotage unit led by Lt Col Barnsby (Harrison Ford), whose target is later revealed to be a bridge. Force 10 steal an Allied plane in Termoli so no information about their flight to Yugoslavia can leak . Miller carries explosives in a suitcase. While breaching the perimeter fence, they are discovered by US M.Ps. A brawl ends with the M.Ps overpowered and Weaver forcing his way onto the plane. German night fighters attack it after crossing the Yugoslavian coast and most of Barnsby's team are killed. The survivors bail out.
The remainder of the team attempts to link with the Communist Yugoslav Partisans. They run across a group led by a Capt Drazak (Richard Kiel) but at his camp learn they are collaborationist Chetniks (nationalist Serb guerillas) under German control. Now in German custody, Mallory and Barnsby attempt to convince the commander, Major Schroeder (Michael Byrne), that they are black marketeers who have escaped Allied captivity with a new wonder drug called penicillin, which Miller is carrying in his explosives suitcase. Schroeder is skeptical, but with confirmation of the aircraft theft, he is not ready to disbelieve it entirely.
Schroeder opens the case despite Mallory's warning that it might ruin the penicillin. To everyone's surprise, it holds firewood. Mallory and Barnsby improvise, claiming they buried the samples. Schroeder sends them to retrieve them, under the guard of his concubine, Maritza (Barbara Bach), and three of his soldiers. Miller, Weaver and Reynolds (Angus MacInnes) are left in a cell in the camp.
Outside the camp, Maritza kills the Germans, revealing herself to be a partisan spy who hid Miller's explosives. She directs them towards the partisans under the command of her father, Maj Petrovich (Alan Badel). Mallory and Barnsby escape, ambushing and killing two of Drazak's Chetniks - men bandaged to hide burns from flamethrowers. Eventually, the two meet a patrol of real Yugoslav Partisans. Mallory recognises the leader, Capt Lescovar, as Nicolai. While Mallory assumes that Lescovar has recognised him, they are nevertheless taken to the partisans. Blindfolded for much of the journey, Mallory and Barnsby realize their location when they recognize a wide river and a large hydroelectric dam it near the Partisan camp.
Petrovich dismisses Mallory's story about Lescovar being Nicolai - assuring Mallory that they had executed the real 'Nicolai'. He reproves the men for killing the bandaged Chetniks, as the men were partisans and the only link between Petrovich and Maritza.
Much of Petrovich's anger stems from a German armored assault being prepared on the opposite side of a concrete arch bridge which crosses a ravine between German-controlled and Partisan-held territory. The bridge is a part of the German campaign to control of that region, but Petrovich has decided the bridge is impregnable. With at least three divisions, German victory over Petrovich's brigade is a certainty. Telling Petrovich of Miller's expertise in demolitions, Mallory convinces the Partisan to allow a rescue mission using Lescovar and the Partisan Marko (Petar Buntic).
The four re-enter the camp at night, Mallory and Barnsby posing as captives, the partisans disguised as the bandaged men. Before they complete their mission, Drazak arrives with the bodies of the real bandaged men. Seeing they had no burns, Drazak realizes that the men had been partisans and, since Maritza had always been seen with them, concludes she was a partisan as well. A gun battle breaks out in the cell block, killing Schroeder and Reynolds, but before Drazak arrives, Mallory, Barnsby, Miller, Weaver, Lescovar and Marko escape in a truck, rescuing the badly beaten Maritza on the way.
Having made it back to the Partisans, Miller gives Barnsby and Mallory the news - the bridge really is impregnable to explosives. (While Barnsby's engineers had assured him that the bridge could be destroyed, Miller explains that the engineers' expertise is building things, while his is destroying things.) While explosives won't destroy the bridge, "several million tons of water" might do the trick on the bridge's central arch - and the men realize that their real target isn't the bridge but the nearby dam, a much easier target. A night time air drop replaces Force 10's lost supplies, which Lescovar sabotages by calling in German planes to bomb the illuminated landing zone and killing Maritza when she discovers him.
This is the last straw for Petrovich, and he sends the men to Marshall Tito's headquarters for transport back to Italy. The team decides to go instead to the German marshalling yards at Mostar, where they can get the explosives they need. After infiltrating the supply area, and thinking the others don't notice, Lescovar again betrays them by revealing himself to a German sergeant as a German intelligence officer, Col Von Ingorslebon, Abwehr Special Field Intelligence Group - ordering the sergeant to capture Barnsby and Mallory. Marko overhears the plan and guns down the platoon as they move in, at the cost of his own life. The others escape with Lescovar aboard a train leaving for Sarajevo. Lescovar's hasty cover story doesn't fool Barnsby or Mallory - they saw the German Sergeant in Mostar salute Lescovar even though Lescovar was disguised as a corporal); also, Lescovar knew that their train went to Sarajevo, but didn't mention that it passed within a half-mile of the dam. Mallory admits he always knew that Lescovar really was the Nicolai he'd been sent to eliminate but that he couldn't prove it - and Barnsby kills him before Lescovar gives out a dying sinister smile after being impressed by Mallory's knowledge of his true nature.
Jumping the train near the dam, the team splits up. Miller and Weaver set off diversionary explosives while Mallory and Barnsby sneak into the dam. Weaver runs into Drazak in the woods and, though wounded, kills the Chetnik.
Mallory and Barnsby head into the tunnels within the dam and set the charges. Knowing the Germans will cross the bridge at dawn, they set a short fuse - too short to allow time to escape. With no illusions about their survival, the two walk away slowly when the bomb explodes. Mallory and Barnsby nevertheless survive, but the dam is apparently undamaged. Soon however cracks open in the tunnels and water starts spilling in. With its barely maintained structural integrity disrupted, the dam wall collapses, millions of tons of water cascading from it. At the bridge, the Germans starting to cross with their armour when the gigantic wall of water comes down the ravine and topples the bridge. The German assault is thwarted, saving the Partisans.
For Mallory and Barnsby, rejoining Miller and Weaver, the jubilation is short-lived. Mallory reminds that they're now trapped on the wrong side of the river, that they have no hope of reaching the Partisans, that the ground they're on is soon to be "crawling with bad-tempered Germans" and that Miller's suitcase probably doesn't even have a box of matches. As the credits roll, the men begin their long walk home.