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Corporal Upham (Character)
from Saving Private Ryan (1998)

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Saving Private Ryan -- Trailer for this wartime drama
Saving Private Ryan -- Clip: That's my mission
Saving Private Ryan -- Featurette: Training for the film
Saving Private Ryan -- Interview: The Cast "On World War II"
Saving Private Ryan -- Clip: The rest of us got mothers

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Corporal Upham finds himself in a situation where he could have saved another soldier's life... See more »

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Feature:
  1. Saving Private Ryan (1998) Played by Jeremy Davies
    ... aka "Private Ryan" - International (English title) (informal short title)
    ... aka "Private Ryan" - Japan (English title)

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From Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Lieutenant Dewindt: FUBAR.
Private Reiben: FUBAR.
Sergeant Horvath: FUBAR.
Captain Miller: FUBAR
Private Jackson: Y'all got that right.
Corporal Upham: I looked up "fubar" in the German dictionary and there's no fubar in here.
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