The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission



The Dirty Dozen are back! Telly Savalas and Ernest Borgnine lead a motley crew of twelve renegade soldiers as they attempt to thwart a Nazi scheme of …

45 thoughts on “The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission

  1. Jimbo Was-here says:

    The acting was not as good as the first. The situations didnt support the dialogue between characters. It was awkward to say the least. Savalas didnt seem to find his rhythm. The lines were just spoken or emphasis was off. It made for a lot of awkward monologue and dialogue situations.. sounded more like a high school play rather than seasoned veteran actors.

  2. James Conley says:

    This film is horrible no actors and they bring back the same actor from the original film this movie is so awful i have seen real war films true classics i own this film The Dirty Dozen the fatal mission is a disaster The bridge at Remagen and Patton and Saving Private Ryan and The Dirty Dozen with Lee Marvin and Donald Sutherland and John Cassevetes are the best

  3. Henry Hill says:

    OMG bad Scrip/acting- "U.S. Intelligence says" he would just say "Intel says". As soon as they saw the German Jeep Telly would have barked out "Let's get out there and protect this guy" if he was so valuable NOT wait for him to get mowed down, AND THROWING A GRENADE!

  4. James Davidson says:

    The best Dirty Dozen is the first one the only one Teddy Savalas was a psychopath in the first one we all know that and you can never forget James Brown the football player I don't think it was James Brown I could be wrong I can't remember did you cry when he died

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