Counter-Attack

Counter-Attack

[n. koun-ter-uh-tak; v. koun-ter-uh-tak, koun-ter-uh-tak]
Counter-Attack is a 1945 war film starring Paul Muni and Marguerite Chapman as two Russians trapped in a collapsed building with seven enemy German soldiers. It was adapted from the play Counterattack by Janet and Philip Stevenson, which was in turn based on the play Pobyeda by Mikhail Ruderman and Ilya Vershinin.

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