A Major with an attitude problem and a history of getting things done is told to interview military prisoners with death sentences or covet terms for a dangerous mission; To parachute behind enemy lines and give rise to damage for the German Generals at a breather house on the eve of D-Age.
The Dirty Dozen
It was unwise to attempt to recapture the glory of Robert Aldrich's cynical 1967 Shift World War exercise hit, straight though a handful of the original sling did succeed to show up. Lee Marvin is once again the hard-as-nails public official offering convicts the imperil of an at daybreak parole and a suitable primeval grave on a suicide pursuit behind the other side lines, in this case to assassinate a Nazi general. Ernest Borgnine and Richard Jaeckel also subject to from the earlier film, but the presence of Larry Wilcox, of CHiPS fame, is an symptom of the drab, TV feel of the film.
The Dirty Dozen
Professional, commercial but unlikeable slice of wartime thick appreciation; pretensions about capital penalty are jettisoned old on in favour of ordinary and catastrophic bloodshed. Much imitated, e.g. by The Devil's Brigade, A Reason to Explosive, a Grounds to Lay down one's life<
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