What exactly was going on in the minds of the Allies' enemies during WWII? "Desert Commandos" (1967) attempts to answer that question as a five-man team of commandos is given the ultimate mission: Take out Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin during their upcoming Malta summit. To get there the commandos must first cross the unforgiving Sahara desert. En route their conflicting personalities and the unrelenting sun get the better of them; which is better for the rest of us! Notable Italian director Umberto Lenzi was calling the shots on this intriguing story which lets you see the war from a different perspective.