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Genres: Action , Adventure , Comedy
Actors: Bo Svenson , Peter Hooten , Fred Williamson , Michael Pergolani , Jackie Basehart , Michel Constantin , Debra Berger , Raimund Harmstorf , Ian Bannen , Flavio Andreini , Peter Boom , Vito Fornari , Manfred Freyberger , Joshua Sinclair , Mike Morris
Director: Enzo G. Castellari
Country: Italy
Year: 1978
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 (5283 votes)

In 1944, in France, the rogue American soldiers Lieutenant Robert Yeager, Private Fred Canfield, the murderer Tony, the thief Nick and the coward Berle are transported to a military prison. However, the convoy is attacked by the Germans and they survive and flee with the intention of cross the border of Switzerland. Along their journey, they fight against a German platoon and capture the German prisoner Adolf Sachs that offers to guide them to the Swiss border. When they meet a German troop, they kill them but sooner they discover that they actually were and American commando in a mission headed by Colonel Buckner to steal a German V2 warhead. Lt. Yeager, Fred, Tony and Nick offer to risk their lives to accomplish the mission.

Film Review

I viewed this movie because the QT movie of the same title came out in 2009. I enjoyed the drama of this movie, the plot twists, and action. I was raised in the era of Clint Eastwood's Italian westerns and while this was a low budget Italian made film, it contains some of the elements that makes those movies so great.Slightly like the Dirty Dozen this movie remains true to history and looks deep into human nature. There is a lot of good action scenes and the acting is great for the style. There are better action war films to watch but few that will remain a classic like this one.While I did not enjoy the 2009 movie by QT, I must thank him for directing my attention to this title. Enzo Girolami Castellari is by far a much better director from viewing both movies of the same title. My advice is to rent both and come to your own conclusions.

I wasn't sure at first what to expect from director Enzo G. Castellari. I saw his film 1990: Bronx Warriors and it was a lot of fun, but in that way that comes with knowing a man made a no-holds-barred exploitation rip-off on the Warriors that, truth be told, was barely even shot in the Bronx. But, of course, movie-PHD Quentin Tarantino held up this man's work, particularly this film, to such high esteem he took the title (if not the skeleton of the subject matter) for his latest opus. Why not give a late 70s war movie a shot featuring Fred "The Hammer" Williamson, one of those unsung bad-asses, and Bo Svenson, an underrated actor-cum-star, a shot? Turns out, the shot was a big surprise. In the best possible way.Inglorious Bastards is made by a real professional, not by some slacker just looking to slap together some used sets and flunky character folk for roles. This is the real deal; if it's not one of the very best war films, it's certainly one that is…

France, 1944. A convoy of American soldiers being transported for court Martials for everything from desertion to murder is attacked en route by a German plane, and the 'Bastards' manage to over-power the MP's and escape. They wander the French countryside, evading capture from the Americans and death by the Wehrmacht. They get involved in many skirmishes with both sides, and their ingenious plan is to make it to Switzerland where they can live happily ever after. But when they are captured by the French Resistance, they are mistaken for an American special forces unit which they actually killed themselves thinking that they were Germans, and are sent on a mission to dismantle a V2 rocket on board a heavily guarded German train.If it hadn't been for Quentin Tarantino remaking this film under the title "Inglorious Basterds", then this 70's Italian warsploitation film probably wouldn't have received the world-wide release that it received last yea…


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