A vital mission is jeopardized by Saunders' own short-tempered squad members, who suffer from raw nerves caused by lack of sleep. Surprisingly, the worst case of this ISN'T Kirby...It's Caje and Littlejohn!

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Conlan Carter ...
Doc
Dick Peabody ...
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Karl Sadler ...
Machine Gunner
Tom Pace ...
William Harlow ...
G.I. Sergeant (as Bill Harlow)
Horst Ebersberg ...
2nd Sentry
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1st Sentry
Buddy Pantsari ...
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A vital mission is jeopardized by Saunders' own short-tempered squad members, who suffer from raw nerves caused by lack of sleep. Surprisingly, the worst case of this ISN'T Kirby...It's Caje and Littlejohn!

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Action | Drama | War

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29 November 1966 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Saunders and McCall are in a firefight with the Germans. McCall crawls away and wounded Saunders is left alone, but a closeup of Saunders shows someone's helmet, hand and rifle at the right edge of the screen. This is a different angle of a scene shown just before Saunders tells McCall to get help. See more »

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Littlejohn: Doc, get us some better cover.
Doc: What are you going to do?
Littlejohn: What do YOU think?
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Temper, Temper !
24 November 2014 | by (Mesa, AZ USA) – See all my reviews

"Conflict" is a story about what happens when a group of men working together become sleep deprived and rain soaked over time.

Dissension defines White Rook after Littlejohn accuses Caje of being out of position during a firefight.

Esther & Bob Mitchell wrote a fine screenplay with excellent character development amongst the squad. Great conflict is generated between the men which begins to detract from the mission at hand. The story flows amidst great combat sequences.

Georg Fenady's fine directing portrays outstanding close-ups at key moments and brilliant night firefight enhanced by color gun flash.

The ending sequence is beautifully done with White Rook coming to terms with one another.

Note Vic Morrow's talented stunt double & look alike Earl Parker is seen in German uniform lighting a cigarette behind the large fortress wall.


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