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Roscoe Lee Browne
A unit of American military advisors in Vietnam prior to the major U.S. involvement find similarities between their helpless struggle against the Viet Cong and the doomed actions of a French unit at the same site a decade before in this bitter look at the beginnings of the Vietnam war. Written by
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Daniel Ford wrote the movie's source novel based on his experiences covering Vietnam in 1964 for "The Nation", one of forty was correspondents. Ford was part of a Special Forces "A" Team. The assignment he followed was code-named "Operation Blaze". See more »
Many of the American soldiers, especially Corporal Coucey and the executive officer, have hair styles that are much longer than allowed by Army regulations. See more »
Maj. Asa Barker:
Are you sure we're not in a looney bin? Sometimes I think we're in a goddamn looney bin!
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There has been criticism of this movie as being dull and unrealistic (probably from someone who wasn't even born before the events depicted in the movie). Believe this: it shows things pretty much as they happened. Lancaster was never better. I recommend it without reservation.
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