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War Movies

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by TedKennedy, Mar 11, 2013.

  1. TedKennedy

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    Personally, I'd rather have the K98 Ed Harris was using. Nice shot of it in the warehouse scene.
     
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    Check out Brest Fortress on YouTube if you want a mosin fix.
     
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    Gettysburg and Journey to Shiloh were good civil war movies.
     
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    I wonder how many Mosins will be used in Stalingrad? There's only one reference in the preview that I noticed with the sniper.



    Upon further inspection, looks like there's quite a few in the preview.
     
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    Kelly's Heroes.

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    So I purchased a magazine titled "100 greatest War Movies" and decided to check some of them out. Here is a couple on their list that I had never seen:
    The Longest Day
    To Hell and Back
    Flags of our Fathers (I thought I had seen this before but it didn't seem familiar).
    All Quiet on the Western Front 1930
     
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    Saw 'Lone Survivor' yesterday. Highly recommend it.

    Granted, Markie Mark is NOT john Wayne, but the movie was very well done.
     
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    Yes.....go see this flick.
    Excellent movie - unbelievable story - much respect to our US military personnel.
     
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    Flags of our fathers?? It was a snoozefest. Letters from Iwo Jima was very good.
     
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    I found this in the $2.96 bin at wally world. money well spent. i'm about a third of the way through it and will get a lot watched today with the crappy weather
    straight into darkness
    under heavy fire
    hell in normandy
    war devils
    battle of blood island
    casablanca express
    go for broke!
    desert commandos
    the big lift
    they raid by night
    the last chance
    british intelligence
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    identity unknown
    minesweeper
    flying blind
    the navy way
    spitfire
    the adventures of tartu
    one of our aircraft is missing
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