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Combat!: the Best of Saunders
     

Combat!: the Best of Saunders

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Director: Bernard McEveety, Robert Altman

Cast: Bernard McEveety, Robert Altman, James Caan, John Siegfried

 

Product Details

Release Date:
02/28/2006
UPC:
0014381293128
Rating:
NR
Source:
Image Entertainment
Region Code:
1
Time:
4:00:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Caan Sgt. Beckman
John Siegfried Kurt
Rip Torn Avery
Sylviane Margolle Claudine
Anthony Eisley Lt. Gates
Donald Ein Sergeant
Warren Vanders Henderson
William Sargent Blocker
Donald Journeaux Antoine
Malcolm Brodrick Jimmy Eason
Mike Murphy 1st Tanker
William Smith Richter
Joe Allen Price Larkin
Matty Jordan 2nd Tanker
Paul Daniel Old Man Patient
William Wellman Woody
Kort Falkenberg Meitner
Robert Yuro Vitelli

Technical Credits
Bernard McEveety Director
Robert Altman Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Combat!: The Best of Saunders
1. The Last Resort [3:42]
2. Prisoners of War [12:56]
3. Desperate Moments [7:42]
4. Staying Afloat [16:34]
5. Burnt-Out [5:08]
6. End Credits [:50]
1. Long Live the Americans! [5:51]
2. Persistent Volunteer [14:33]
3. A Full-Fledged Nurse [11:34]
4. To the Rescue [7:32]
5. Helpless Sarge [8:52]
6. End Credits [:50]
1. That's Him! [2:40]
2. Differing Views [12:53]
3. Avery's Story [5:45]
4. A Soldier's Psyche [12:08]
5. One Torn Sergeant [12:50]
6. End Credits [:58]
1. Common Destination [2:47]
2. The Pilot and the Film [13:36]
3. Head for the River [16:18]
4. The Set-Up [6:42]
5. Outsmarting Sgt. Beckman [6:48]
6. End Credits [:49]

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Combat!: the Best of Saunders 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bob-Lois More than 1 year ago
I grew up watching this series and loved it then, and now. Gives some insight into the combat soldier and what they went through. This was The Band of Brothers of the eariler days of TV.