Yoman Geva 234, 1961

Shooting of the Film The Best of Enemies Concluded in Eilat

1961
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The shooting of the film The Best of Enemies in Eilat has come to an end. The film, directed by Guy Hamilton and starring David Niven and Alberto Sordi depicts an interaction between British and Italian military units in the Ethiopian desert during WWII. The film is an English-Italian co-production with a budget of half a million dollars. It is the first feature film to be shot in Israel that does not deal with Israeli/Jewish themes. The Geva team visits the film set where five faux Ethiopian villages were built.
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