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A Man Called Sarge (1990)

PG-13 | | Comedy, War | 2 February 1990 (USA)
In the midst of WWII, a group of half-witted soldiers led by a slightly smarter sergeant, battle the Germans and especially Von Kraut in the desert.

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Gary Kroeger ...
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Sadie
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Fifi LaRue
Andy Greenhalgh ...
Browning
Michael Mears ...
Cheval
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Anzalone
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Steinmetz
Travis McKenna ...
Billy Bob
Andy Bumatai ...
Bearpaw (as Andrew Bumatai)
Chris England ...
Fergus
Jeffry Wickham ...
Fitzpatrick (as Jeffrey Wickham)
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Montgomery
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Special Appearance (as Bruce Jenner)
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Father Bruce
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In the midst of WWII, a group of half-witted soldiers led by a slightly smarter sergeant, battle the Germans and especially Von Kraut in the desert. Written by Steve Richer <sricher@sympatico.ca>

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They have no fear. No shame. No chance. All hope would be lost except for... [A Man Called Sarge]

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Comedy | War

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2 February 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Czlowiek zwany sierzantem  »

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Bearpaw carries an M14 rifle, which was not developed until 1959. See more »

Quotes

[after shooting a schoolhouse door down]
Von Kraut: May I come in?
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Connections

Spoofs Casablanca (1942) See more »

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Airplane wannabe is half flop, half winner.
13 September 2000 | by (Bay City, MI) – See all my reviews

This is a late arrival in the host of movies that are Airplane wannabes. It is worse than some and better than some, but you cannot fault the writer, as he has few moments go by without some pun, pratfall, double entendre, visual or verbal joke or play on words, some of which are brilliant and some of which redefine the terms juvenile and sophomoric.

The leads, with the exception of Marc Singer, were (and still are) relative unknowns. But in spite of it all, it is a fun and funny film and you'll need to watch it two or more times to catch all the jokes, puns and take offs on other films.

Rent it and enjoy, but don't expect it to be another Airplane or Naked Gun, because it ain't!


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