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DIRTY DOZEN

Director:

  Robert Aldrich
  

Year Released:

  1967

Jan's Rating:

Rich's Rating:

3.5 out of 5

3.5 out of 5

Key Performances:

  Ernest Borgnine
  Charles Bronson
  John Cassavetes
  Lee Marvin
  Telly Savalas
Movie Haiku:The best parts of this film are all in the first half, when Marvin has to take a grab bag of macho misfits & transform them into a well-oiled team. In the second half, they hit their target a luxurious villa far back within Nazi territory. Totally unrealistic, adolescent fun.

ADDITIONAL FF2 INFO ABOUT THIS FILM:

Women filmmakers?

  No

Jewish content?

  No

Haiku Posted:

  2003