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The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission (1988)

TV Movie  -   -  Action | Adventure | War  -  14 February 1988 (USA)
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A team of renegade soldiers of World War II try to avoid the constitution of the IV Reich.

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Hunt Block ...
Joe Stern
Matthew Burton ...
Gen. Kurt Richter
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Sgt. Holt
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Dravko Demchuk
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Carmine D'Agostino
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Joe Hamilton
James Carroll Jordan ...
Lonnie Wilson
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Tom Ricketts (as Ray Mancini)
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Fred Collins
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Yelena Petrovic (as Natalia Nogulich)
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Lt. Carol Campbell
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Roberto Echevarria (as Richard YƱiguez)
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A team of renegade soldiers of World War II try to avoid the constitution of the IV Reich.

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Final "Dirty Dozen" movie for both Telly Savalas and Ernest Borgnine. Also, the final "Dirty Dozen" movie in the original series (i.e. The Dirty Dozen (1967) movie and its three television tele-movie sequels). See more »

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A US WWII M1 steel helmet consists of two major parts, the outer steel shell which affords some ballistic and fragmentation protection together with the inner lightweight (non-steel) helmet liner. Telly Savalas wears the helmet liner without the steel shell - that would never occur in combat. It is a common Hollywood war movie cheat to reduce fatigue and strain on the actor's head and necks. See more »

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Follows The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission (1985) See more »

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In the Mood
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by Glenn Miller
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16 March 2007 | by (Wigan) – See all my reviews

Another made for TV piece of junk! This is an insult of a war movie (I use the word movie in it's loosest possible form!) I thought Telly Savalas's career had hit rock bottom when he did the voice over on that visit Birmingham video that's shown on Tarrant on TV on a semi regular basis, but then I'd forgot he was involved in this! I'd tried to push it into my subconscious memory, but cable TV brought the memory kicking and screaming out of me!!

I like the bit (laughs sarcastically!) in the film which claims to be a scene from Liverpool in the forties, but it's blatantly a shot of Zagreb Cathedral in the late eighties. Also the steam train the Commando's are training on shows the JZ (Jugoslavia Zeleznice, or Yugoslav state railways) logo's on the side of the locomotive quite clearly, even though the makers have tried to black them out. Why not just film in the UK, if that's where most of the film is set?

Cheap rubbish, and a waste of celluloid!


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