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The Bofors Gun

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The Bofors Gun

The Bofors Gun is a 1968 British drama film directed by Jack Gold and starring Nicol Williamson, Ian Holm and John Thaw.[1] It was based on the play Events While Guarding The Bofors Gun by John McGrath. It portrays the British peacetime occupation of West Germany following the Second World War.

Its budget was an estimated $800,000.[2]



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  • Internet Movie Database

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