As the Battle of the Bulge rages on, an American tank unit gets trapped behind Nazi lines. With just hours before the bombs of Operation Ardennes Fury fall, the tank's commander makes the risky decision to rescue an orphanage.
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As the Nazis engage their Battle of the Bulge campaign, in late 1944, an American tank unit gets trapped behind enemy lines. The Allies' Operation Ardennes Fury is about to commence when the tank's commander moves to rescue innocent children and nuns from a nearby orphanage. Written by
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The only real 'German' tanks in the film are in fact Soviet T-34 tanks. Even though Germany did use some captured examples, they were not deployed in the Western Theater against the allies, being relegated to the East, and were usually repainted in German colors, whereas the tanks in this film remain in their Soviet form. See more »
Is there such a thing a "C" movie? If not then there should be for Ardennes Fury. I watched the whole thing!! There should be a medal for that!!! There were technical problems with uniforms, equipment, weapons, tanks, vehicles and even jargon. "Copy that" is not the expression that would have been used in 1945. The combat scenes were strange to say the least. Combat scenes seemed to be more an exercise in sharpshooting. The actions of both the Americans and the Nazis were
strange/different. For example people were standing up in the movie
where real soldiers would have had their faces in the dirt. There was a scene where a nun had stepped on a mine. What followed was "Everything you don't do with a mine". My only addition is that I found the movie totally unbelievable.
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