A Major with an attitude problem and a history of getting things done is told to interview military prisoners with death sentences or long terms for a dangerous mission; To parachute behind enemy lines and cause havoc for the German Generals at a rest house on the eve of D-Day. Written by
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D-Day Began When The Dirty Dozen Were Done!
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MGM's biggest moneymaker of 1967. See more
The truck they are riding in while in town during the war games is an M-37 Dodge. This truck wasn't made until 1953, well after WWII. See more
Major John Reisman
You know what to do, free the French and shoot the Germans!
The opening credits don't occur until 10 minutes into the film. While it is common nowadays for films to have a pre-credits sequence, it was considered innovative in 1967. See more
Ballroom Waltz No.1
Music by Bronislau Kaper See more