Involuntarily-retired Colonel Hyde recruits seven other dissatisfied ex-servicemen for a special project. Each of the men has a skeleton in the cupboard, is short of money, and is a service-trained expert in his field. The job is a bank robbery, and military discipline and planning are imposed by Hyde and second-in-command Race on the team, although civilian irritations do start getting in the way. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When Hyde walks out at the end, a kneeling soldier raises his rifle. But as the camera pans behind him, it is clear that he is aiming at a fixed point far to the right of Hyde and not tracking his movement to the left. See more
It's like being in school.
I sincerely hope not.
References What Price Glory
The Soldiers of the Queen
written and composed by Leslie Stuart See more