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Beyond Valkyrie: Dawn of the 4th Reich (2016)

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Near the end of World War II, American and British Special Forces must extract a resistance fighter behind Nazi lines.

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Claudio Fäh
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Patrick Flanery ... Captain Evan Blackburn
Tom Sizemore ... Master Sergeant O'Malley
Kip Pardue ... Clarence Edward
Stephen Lang ... General Emil F. Reinhardt
Rutger Hauer ... Oskar Halminski
Eric Ladin ... Robert Sites
Johannes Herrschmann Johannes Herrschmann ... Adam von König
Pasha D. Lychnikoff ... Major Aleksandr Kulkov
Tom Padley ... Theodore Dix
Julie Engelbrecht ... Elke Schroeder
Michael Epp ... Karl Krauss
Andrew Byron ... Tolstoy
Martin Bermoser ... Visser
Nathan Cooper ... Radio Guy
Matt Lindquist ... (voice)
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From the producers of Company of Heroes and starring Sean Patrick Flanery, Tom Sizemore, Kip Pardue with Stephen Lang and Rutger Hauer, comes an intense thriller from the front-lines of World War II. As Operation Valkyrie prepares to assassinate Adolph Hitler, an Allied special ops team prepares to extract the man destined to lead post-war Germany. But after Valkyrie fails, everything changes. Now, unlikely allies must work together to stop a group of Nazi Officers from fleeing to Argentina and establishing the Fourth Reich.

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Action | History | War

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Rated R for violence, language and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

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English | German

Release Date:

12 August 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Fourth Reich See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria See more »

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In the scene where the soldier sent the information from the train, and then they received it at headquarters, the First Sergeant. (Tom Sizemore) knocks on the door of the General. The General says, "What's up, Gunny." That term 'Gunny' (Gunnery Sergeant) is generally associated with the Marine Corps not the Army. However, the term 'Gunny' is actually used in the Army, not as a rank but as a duty position. In US Army Field Artillery Sections (equivalent to a Platoon in the rest of the Army), one of the Sergeants First Class (E7, equivalent to a Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant) assigned to the section holds the duty position of 'Gunnery Sergeant,' which is frequently abbreviated as 'Gunny' (the other Sergeant First Class in the section would be known as 'Smoke'). This abbreviation in the Army is not widely known outside the Field Artillery community, but it is not exclusive to the Marine Corps. If the General had previously worked with the First Sergeant in a Field Artillery unit it is very likely that he would remember the First Sergeant as 'Gunny.' See more »

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General Reinhardt's and Captain Blackburn's dress uniforms have several awards/ribbons in the incorrect precedence: the Purple Heart does not take precedence over the Distinguished Service Medal or the Bronze Heart. See more »

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Movie might be far-fetched, but the premise isn't.
29 August 2017 | by Butter RaySee all my reviews

Some people have commented that the Roman Church helping the Nazis is unbelievable

It isn't. Here are a couple of excerpts from https://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/Ratlines_(World_War_II_aftermath)

-- Spain, not Rome, was the "first center of ratline activity that facilitated the escape of Nazi fascists," although the exodus itself was planned within the Vatican.

-- By 1946, there were hundreds of war criminals in Spain, and thousands of former Nazis and fascists. According to then-United States Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, Vatican cooperation in turning over these "asylum-seekers" was "negligible". According to Phayer, Pius XII "preferred to see fascist war criminals on board ships sailing to the New World rather than seeing them rotting in POW camps in zonal Germany


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