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Director:
Writer:
Ryan Little (written by)
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Release Date:
15 August 2014 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
The German war machine is in retreat. Two American M 18 tank destroyers are sent to root out a die hard group of Nazis holed up in the Harz Mountains. | Add synopsis »
Awards:
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User Reviews:
An entertaining movie worth the watch See more (17 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Adam Gregory ... Carey Simms
Timothy S. Shoemaker ... John Atwood

Michael Todd Behrens ... Rodney 'Ramrod' Mitchell
Christoph Malzl ... Stalag Commander
Ben Urie ... Lieutenant Goss
David Morgan ... Klaus Shonbeck
Nate Harward ... POW CAMP Soldier

Brenden Whitney ... Pvt. Nelson
Jeff Birk ... Captain F. Briton McConkie
Joel Bishop ... Max Whitaker

K. Danor Gerald ... Jesse Owens

Matthew Meese ... Daniel Barlow
Alex Boye ... Private Perry

Allan Groves ... Sergeant Kesler
Logan Rogan ... Prisoner #1

Blake Webb ... Prisoner #2

Jeff Johnson ... Crossroads MP
Philip Malzl ... Frederick Kardoff

Becca Ingram ... Gerta Kardoff
Aunna Abel ... Aunna Kardoff
Lance Jensen ... Corporal Jensen
Randy Beard ... German Tank Commander

Andrew Troy ... Private Wolsey (as Andrew W. Johnson)
Richie T. Steadman ... Sergeant Steadman

Scott Swofford ... General Terry Allen
Terence Johnson ... Corporal Harrison

Lonzo Liggins ... Private Cooper
Carlton Bluford ... Private Smitty

Stacey Harkey ... Private Gaines

Bart Johnson ... Captain Derrick Davis
Cardiff Gerhardt ... Young Soldier #1
Taylor Risk ... Young Soldier #2
Talon G. Ackerman ... Fritz Bauer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christopher Michael Ballam ... Soldier

Dave Bresnahan ... Soldier (as David Bresnahan)

Shayne J. Cullen ... Soldier
Mark S. Fordham ... WWII Re-Enactor (as Mark Fordham)
Tad Foster ... Soldier
Benji Phillips ... Nazi Soldier
Andrew Quezada ... Panzer Commander
Victor Soto ... Soldier

Cj Strong ... German Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by
Ryan Little 
 
Writing credits
Ryan Little (written by)

Produced by
Adam Abel .... executive producer
Adam Abel .... producer
Gil Aglaure .... executive producer
Randy Beard .... executive producer
Ryan Little .... producer
Ray Meldrum .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
James Schafer 
 
Cinematography by
Ryan Little 
 
Film Editing by
Burke Lewis 
Rhett Lewis 
 
Casting by
Jeff Johnson 
 
Production Design by
Christopher R. DeMuri 
 
Art Direction by
Chloe Huber 
 
Set Decoration by
Rubie Huber 
 
Costume Design by
Anna K. Findlay 
 
Makeup Department
Jennine Hollingshaus .... makeup artist
Tara Starling .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Adam Abel .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason Allred .... first assistant director
Cody Harbaugh .... second assistant director
Kevin L. Jackson .... second unit director
 
Sound Department
David Adamic .... sound mixer (pickups)
Joe Adamic .... boom operator: pick up day
Andrew Ahlstrom .... sound mixer
Michaela Ball .... boom operator
Joseph L. Garrard .... boom operator
Matthew Thomas Hall .... sound effects editor
Dan Larkin .... sound recordist
Katiene Norton .... sound mixer (second unit)
Michaela Pentacoff .... boom operator
Owen Peterson .... boom operator
John Sanacore .... foley mixer
Carlos Sanches .... adr editor
Carlos Sanches .... dialogue editor
Carlos Sanches .... re-recording mixer
Carlos Sanches .... supervising sound editor
Daniel Smith .... dialogue editor
 
Special Effects by
Rick Josephsen .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Ben Burrell .... compositor
Rob Field .... visual effects artist
Matt Hoffman .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Beni Alexander .... stunts (as Ben Alexander)
Matt Griff .... stunts
Braxton McAllister .... stunts
Benji Phillips .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Baker .... second assistant camera
Weston Critchfield .... first assistant camera
Josh Fowler .... grip
Landon Hill .... grip
Kelly Klindt .... key grip
Sean Klindt .... grip
Burke Lewis .... still photographer
Rhett Lewis .... still photographer
Taylor Lewis .... still photographer
J. Owen Rogers .... additional gaffer
Jacob Schwarz .... camera operator
Charles Unice .... grip
Garlan Wilde .... gaffer
Wayne Wulfenstein .... grip
 
Casting Department
Dave Bresnahan .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anna K. Findlay .... wardrobe
 
Music Department
Tim Perrine .... orchestrator
James Schafer .... orchestrator
 
Transportation Department
Randy Beard .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Randy Beard .... German Military Advisor
Randy Beard .... German Military Armorer
Ivan R. Bird .... vehicle transporter (as Ivan Bird)
Landon Hill .... production assistant
Ray Meldrum .... US Military Advisor
Ray Meldrum .... US Military Armorer
Ray Meldrum .... US Military Vehicle Coordinator
Marshall D. Moore .... film commissioner
Lance Otto .... set security
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Saints and Soldiers: Battle of the Tanks" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for war violence and a brief epithet
Runtime:
USA:94 min
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Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: (at around 1h 18 mins) The machine gunner is shooting the M2HB, we can hear the gun fire and empty cases dropping, but the belt is not moving.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Bringing Up Baby (1938)See more »

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5 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
An entertaining movie worth the watch, 23 December 2014
Author: Fred Flinstone from New England

For those looking for a massive budget film like Fury, this is not it. It has some very good Hellcats and Pzs and it was a real good show of how to take down a tank. I enjoyed the movie for the most part, but there were some pet peeves that got to me. Everyone on the American's side not using a sub-machine gun seems to be using an M1 Carbine or maybe an M1 Garand. If they were fighting on the front lines, someone would have been using a M1903 Springfield since it was the primary weapon given to those on the front until 1944. It's nothing major, but a little peeve I had that does nothing to detract from the rest of the movie. Another thing that sort of ground my gears was how slow the Hellcat seemed to move at all times. It was the fastest tank of WWII and one of the most maneuverable (the turret was painstakingly slow though and they kept that), so Hellcat drivers would drive like mad to get shots at the German tanks' weaker side and rear armor. They would not try to actively go head- to-head against any tank due to the fact that 1-inch armor is not very protective and so moving was its only means of surviving. Add into that that the 76mm cannon on the Hellcat was very finicky about penetrating the front of the Panzers and Tigers, they tried to avoid frontal assaults as much as possible. The later Panthers were impossible for a Hellcat to penetrate from the front because their armor was simply too thick so that meant having to move for side/rear shots. All in all, these are just my personal pet peeves and I find the movie to be very good and beyond my expectations.

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