World War II: Shortly after D-Day, three American soldiers and two Army Corps nurses are stranded behind enemy lines. They take a high-ranking German officer as their prisoner and try to orchestrate an escape.
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Catherine Mary Stewart,
A World War II story from Puget Sound filmmakers: Shortly after D-Day, three American soldiers and two Army Corps nurses are stranded behind enemy lines. They take a high-ranking German officer as their prisoner and try to orchestrate an escape.
This is what happens when you make a cheap movie in south Alabama. The scenery was wrong for northern France.
Women didn't serve in combat in 1944. WACs and nurses didn't have hairstyles like Nancy and Vera.
There were no German vehicles in movie. They just tossed Nazi flags over U.S. Jeeps. The German spoken was unrecognizable, and I speak German. They just used a bunch of familiar words like schnell. One of the German soldiers spoke with a Brooklyn accent.
Maxwell disappeared when grenade blew-up--poor special effects. The clothing and weapons were from post-Vietnam era.
Only a young person would be fooled by this poor excuse for a WWII movie.
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