The Battle of Britain Trailer

The Battle of Britain Trailer (2010)

19 September 2010 History, Factual, War 90 mins

Seventy years on, brothers Colin and Ewan McGregor take viewers through the key moments of the Battle of Britain, when 'the few' of the RAF faced the might of the Nazi Luftwaffe. As they fly historic planes, meet the veterans, explore the tactics and technology, Colin and Ewan discover the importance of the Battle and the surviving legacy of the 1940's campaign for the modern RAF.

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Cast

Ewan McGregor

as Himself

Colin McGregor

as Himself

Cliff Spink

as Flight Instructor

Winston Churchill

as Himself (archive footage)

Adolf Hitler

as Himself (archive footage)

Hermann Göring

as Himself (archive footage)

Crew

Nick Catliff

Nick Catliff Executive Producer

Maxine Watson

Maxine Watson Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

Brazil 12 September 2011

United Kingdom 19 September 2010

Production Companies

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