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We Were Soldiers (2002) Poster

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Trailers include a scene where Julie Moore explains that the last thing most dying soldiers say is "Tell my wife I love her". This is not included in the theatrical release.
A scene in pre-release promotions shows Barbara Geoghegan (Keri Russell) talking in her kitchen to Julie Moore (Madeleine Stowe) about how her husband Jack (Chris Klein) did not need to go to war because of his missionary work.
Film was released in Germany in an uncut FSK-18 rated version and in an edited FSK-16 rated version. This version does removes about 12 minutes of footage (including Mel Gibson's speech at the farewell party, vietnamese soldier trying to stab Mel Gibson with his bayonet and getting shot in the head) but still includes some rather violent (for a FSK-16 version) shots (the throat-hit of the french soldier in the opening-scene and the napalm-attack, complete with the pulled off skin of Jimmy's legs is intact).

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