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Edward John Stazak,
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 ... See full summary »
The film's thin veneer of social propriety (the story of how the VietCong came under Hanoi's control) is merely a cover for a rolicking old-time battle tale, complete with a hard-tack sergeant, his rebellious sidekick, and a demoralized base that needs to be whipped into shape before the VietCong attack. Written by
Actor R. Lee Ermey, who plays Sergeant Major Hafner, really is a former U.S. Marine and veteran of the Vietnam War. See more »
Poster on the bunker wall says, "Give Peace a Chance". John Lennon didn't record this song until July 1969, almost a year and a half after the Tet Offensive. See more »
Can you stand any more gossip?
What have you got?
At the edge of the treeline and they're headed right this way. My little Cong friend tells me that two big guns are arriving in their camp the first thing in the morning.
Where's your little Cong friend now?
He probally shaking hands with Buddha right now.
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R. Lee Emrey strikes again. This a good movie, made better by R Lee. His While this film strays from historical accuracy. It gets enough right to make it interesting, even to those of us who we had to be there (VN). There is a very watchable film.
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