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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Skirmishes, Ambushes And Boobytraps Explode Into The Most Savage War That Ever Scorched A Land
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Some of this film's foreign language title literal English translations are: France: "Le Merdier" ("The Mess"); Spain: "La Patrulla" ("The Patrol"); Austria: "Das tödliche Kommando" ("The Deadly Commando"); Denmark: "Til sidste mand" ("To the last man"); Sweden: "Siste utposten" ("Last Outpost"); West Germany: "Die letzte Schlacht" ("The Last Battle); Italy: "Vittorie perdute" ("Wins Lost"); Greece: "Vromikes nikes" ("Dirty Victories"); Finland: "Viimeinen viesti" ("The Last Post"); Portugal: "Avisem os espartanos" ("Notify the Spartans") and Hungary: "Vidd hírül a Spártaiaknak!" ("Bring news about it to the Spartans"). See more
Both Corporal Coucey and Corporal Lincoln salute Major Barker incorrectly when they report to him for duty. Instead of saluting, waiting for the major to return the salute, then dropping theirs, both men quickly drop their salutes before Barker even begins his. See more
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