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    countryboy6685
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    Pattan IS MY FAVORITE OLD MOVIE
    Hearts war is my favorite new one

    Robert W

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  • Iron mike
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    I also liked the Alamo starring John Wane

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  • 10eckid
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    I think that Band of Brothers is excellent and Full Metal Jacket is pretty good too. I always liked The Dirty Dozen cause it has Clint Walker in it. When I was a kid he had a western series on tv called Cheyenne. My dad was stationed in Madrid when I was a kid (about 5 years old) and I was in the hospital for a while with a hernia operation. The childrens ward was 1 big room with about 10 beds lining the walls on each side. There were only about 5 kids in there and the day after I had my operation Clint Walker came by on a USO tour. As soon as I saw him enter the room, I jumped up from my bed and started running towards him hollering "Cheyenne, Cheyenne". None of the other kids knew who he was. When I got to him he just picked me up like I was one of his kids and gave me a big hug. It hurt quite a bit but I didn't mind cause it was "Cheyenne".

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  • KH KILROY
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    good choices , but we forgot battleground, the tanks are comeing .and we can not forget attack

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  • MadScotsMan
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    The Pacific
    Band of Brothers
    We Were Soldiers
    They Were Expendable
    Gettysburg

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  • bzimmerly
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    My favourites are:

    1. U-571
    2. Midway
    3. Tora Tora Tora
    4. Above and Beyond
    5. The Enemy Below

    ...in that order.

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  • Beanie
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    Tuskegee Airmen! I had the honor to meet one of them when I worked at the base in Michigan. He showed me alot of his original photos of the group and when I asked, he told me a few stories of the atrocitys that really occured during this time. (Hollywood of course whitewashed the way these men were really treated) Sad :(

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  • hminus
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    I have to say mine is The Longest Day. Red Buttons hit the church steeple and had to watch his buds get mowed down..Sainte-Mère L'Eglise ... 505 PIR ALL THE WAY

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  • alvin
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    I like Behind Enemy Lines Part I and II.

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  • TennOutdoors
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    Guns of Naverone, and Force Ten of Naverone. Midway, Tora Tora Tora, and, Im gonna get ripped for this one, Flyboys LOL. I know I know.. but I found I liked it, despite myself.

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  • collector
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    Apocalypse Now is probably my all time favorite, Deer Hunter, Blackhawk Down, Lawrence of Arabia, Ride with the Devil, and Come and See along with a lot of other mentionded above and others I can't remember

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  • monet861
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    All really good ones. I always like Starship Troopers, lotsa action.

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  • charliefox
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    Sands of Iwo Jima, The DI (not technically a war movie), Patton and Full Metal Jacket.

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  • maric
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    The Green Berets, Enemy at the Gates (even though their accents are all screwed up) Saving Private Ryan, A Bridge too Far, Bridge of River Kwai, The Great Escape,Apocalypse Now, Full Metal Jacket, Hamburger Hill, Black Hawk Down,

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  • TennOutdoors
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    lets see.... the Dirty Dozen, Kellys Hero's, Up periscope ( the original, though Lauren holly made the comedy version worth watching)

    Operation Petticoat LOL. theres a ton of them I like to watch but Ill stop with those.

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