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The B.R.A.T. Patrol 

A group of military brats uncovers a plot to steal base equipment.

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... Leonard Kinsey
... Maj. Dan Hackett
... Raymond McGeorge
... Charles 'Chuck' Newmeyer
Dustin Berkovitz ... Squeak
... Bug
... Darla Perkins
... Gen. Newmeyer
... Phillips
... Knife
... Whittle (as Billy Jacoby)
Dean Anthony ... Card Checker
... Desk Sergeant
... Joe
... Mr. Foster
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A group of military brats uncovers a plot to steal base equipment.

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26 October 1986 (USA)  »

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The film released for ABC's The Wonderful World of Disney in 1986 was the first credited teleplay from writer Chris Carter who would in a few years be known as the creator of the TV shows "The X-Files" and "Millennium". See more »

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Leonard Kinsey: Take a fizzy McGeorge, you know the rules. You make life what you can, and then you drift.
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Almost as good as I remembered.
4 March 2002 | by See all my reviews

I was searching through old videos, looking for something to record the hockey final on, and I cam across a tape, dusty and barely a step beyond BetaMax, labeled "B.R.A.T. Patrol". I decided to put that one aside for nostalgia sake. Later that week, I was bored, so I decided to put the tape in, hoping that it may catch my interest for a couple of hours. I loved this movie when I was eleven. It was the coolest thing in the world to me. After watching it again, the clothes are a little dated, but very little else seems cheezy. The military still wears similar uniforms, and the vehicles have also changed very little, if at all. It was kinda fun to look back at this movie that I used to adore, and still see a little bit of fun from when I was a little kid. Disney made a great movie here, and if you've got a 5-10 year old to amuse for an afternoon and you happen to come across this movie, pop it in. You might be surprized.


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