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Director Robert Aldrich took what he considered a hopelessly old-fashioned script by Lukas Heller and Nunnally Johnson and fashioned The Dirty Dozen into one of MGM's biggest moneymakers of the 1960s--and the sixth highest-grossing film in the studio's history. Lee Marvin plays Major Reisman, assigned to coordinate a suicide mission on a French chateau held by top Nazi officers. Since no "normal" GI can be expected to volunteer for this mission, Reisman is compelled to draw his personnel from a group of military prisoners ...

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Andrew V

Sep 2, 2010

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THis is one of the classic WW II era movies. The added footage, especially the part featuring Jake McNiece is well worth the cost alone. He and his group of misfits were the 'real thing' during WW II.

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