Paul Wendkos' Attack on the Iron Coast (1968) was one of those B-war movies of the late '60s without enough star power to pull in audiences, despite being a production of the Mirisch organization, which had produced The Great Escape and The Magnificent Seven. It made it to late-night television very fast, where it quickly disappeared amid better, older movies. In a way, this was unfortunate, as it was a sincere (if ill-fated) attempt to emulate the successful, realistic British war movies of the early to mid-'50s such as The Red Beret and The Dam Busters. Lloyd Bridges gives a low-key performance as an unorthodox officer, and he's supported by a solid British cast, including Andrew Keir and Sue Lloyd. The movie, mastered in the European non-anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of 1.66:1, looks sensational, with bright but realistic color throughout and a lot of detail. The soundtrack is mastered at a slightly low level, but that's easy to adjust for, and the 16 chapters are more than adequate to break down this relatively straightforward action-adventure movie. The disc opens automatically on a simple single-layer menu that's easy to use and includes as its only bonus feature the original trailer.