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A Tour of the Inferno: Revisiting 'Platoon' (2001)

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Revisiting Platoon (1986)

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Credited cast:
Himself / Director
Arnold Kopelson ...
Himself / Producer
Himself / Capt. Harris
Himself / Chris Taylor
Himself / Sgt. Barnes
Himself / Sgt. Elias
Himself / Sgt. O'Neill
Himself / Big Harold
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Blodgett ...
Himself - Oliver Stone's Platoon Reunion (archive footage)
Dave Culmer ...
Himself (S. Sgt., USMC (Ret.)) (voice)
Jimmie Danna ...
Himself - Oliver Stone's Platoon Reunion (archive footage)
Ben Fitzgerald ...
Himself - Oliver Stone's Platoon Reunion (archive footage)
Himself - Oliver Stone's Platoon Reunion (archive footage)
Andy Harland ...
Himself (Sgt., USAF (Ret.)) (voice)


Revisiting Platoon (1986)

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Una visita al infierno: Cómo se hizo Platoon  »

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This documentary is featured on the Special Edition DVD for Platoon (1986), released in 2001. See more »


[first lines]
Oliver Stone: There was no point in my living life elsewhere, so this was the place to start. And if it was intended for me to die, I was quite willing to die, because I had thought of suicide, and written about it, entertained it, and fantasised about it. I wanna see what America really is. I wanna hang out with people with no education, who come from nowhere. I wanna see what they're thinking. I wanna feel what the bottom of the barrel, what reality is like. And I could think of no greater ...
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