WWII Battlefront Europe - TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/5/2009
  • UPC: 883929059393
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  • Source: Turner Classic Movie
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 9:26:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 20,318

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Kelly's Heroes
1. Credits On the Run [4:31]
2. Tourist Information [4:15]
3. Getting Sociable [4:27]
4. Getting Activated [7:41]
5. Propositioning [2:21]
6. No Action [4:18]
7. Crapgame [3:09]
8. Oddball [1:51]
9. Secret Weapons [2:48]
10. Unit's Plans [4:01]
11. No Hero Types [4:47]
12. Taking the Town [5:26]
13. Negative Waves [3:29]
14. Mismatch Making [4:29]
15. Bomber's Target [3:44]
16. Workin' on Railroad [4:03]
17. A Bridge Too Few [1:18]
18. The Mine Field [2:56]
19. Enemy Encounter [5:43]
20. A Circus [7:33]
21. Conversation in Code [3:49]
22. Back in the War [4:53]
23. Hour of Glory [2:33]
24. Revving Up a Plan [4:30]
25. Slipping Into Town [3:12]
26. Strategic Positions [2:56]
27. Ring that Bell [4:18]
28. Fire! [5:35]
29. Smelling Homesick [3:26]
30. Gun Shy [1:15]
31. Crapgame Hit [1:39]
32. Business is Business [2:14]
33. Showdown [2:00]
34. Golden Haul [6:03]
35. Cut and Run [2:35]
36. Heroes [4:02]
37. End Credits [2:19]
Disc #1, Side B -- The Dirty Dozen
1. End of His Rope [2:18]
2. Project Amnesty [9:08]
3. Roll Call and Credits [3:25]
4. Deadhead Drill [4:00]
5. Happy, Smiling Faces [9:01]
6. Three Ways to Go [3:02]
7. Home Construction [5:19]
8. Einsam [1:59]
9. Going to the Can [2:29]
10. Rope Trick [1:47]
11. Picking on Posey [3:29]
12. Physical and Mental Associations [4:48]
13. Dirty Dozen [3:45]
14. Top-Secret Operation [1:46]
15. General Inspection [6:51]
16. Latrine Beating [2:58]
17. The Bramble Bush [1:28]
18. Graduation Ball [4:06]
19. Surprise Visitor [2:09]
20. No Need for Breed [3:43]
21. Six-Week Review [2:59]
22. Divisional Maneuvers [2:38]
23. Infiltrating the Command Post [1:01]
24. Officer Overboard [5:46]
25. Last Supper [6:02]
26. Mission Underway [4:02]
27. Gaining Entrance [3:49]
28. Taking Up Positions [2:28]
29. Putting His Foot in It [5:06]
30. Looking for Wolfgang [4:56]
31. State of Alarm [6:03]
32. Locked in the Bunker [4:57]
33. Air Vent Ambushes [3:02]
34. Gasoline and Grenades [3:50]
35. "Blow It!" [2:38]
36. Taking their Leave [4:31]
37. Cast List [5:17]
Disc #2, Side A -- Where Eagles Dare
1. Mountainous Credits [3:01]
2. Damned Important Job [5:15]
3. Parachute Job [3:55]
4. One Man Down [3:39]
5. Rendezvous [4:22]
6. Castle View [4:23]
7. Our Best Agent [2:07]
8. Strictly Army Matter [4:07]
9. Infiltration [3:54]
10. The Major's Business [3:52]
11. Carefully Arranged [3:58]
12. Second Man Down [1:31]
13. Better Chance Outside [3:19]
14. Car Trouble [4:05]
15. Rank Defiance [4:48]
16. Live Wire [2:35]
17. Wheels for an Escape [1:39]
18. Hitching a Ride [5:45]
19. Above it All [4:22]
20. Scaling the Wall [3:35]
21. Quick Radio Room Work [4:15]
22. Gen Carnaby [2:14]
23. Things to Talk About [:24]
24. Enter Schmidt [2:58]
25. Divulging the Plot [2:02]
26. Working With Both Sides [6:30]
27. The Upper Hand [3:01]
28. Fistfuls of Dynamite [4:15]
29. Corridor Siege [4:40]
30. Castlewide Chaos [4:24]
31. Slipping Out [4:58]
32. Schaffer Overpowered [3:23]
33. Cable Car Clash [4:48]
34. Four Going Down [3:36]
35. Wet at the Bottom [4:53]
36. Express Escape Bus [2:34]
37. Booby-Trap Road [3:37]
38. Bridge Disposal [2:03]
39. A Plane to Catch [3:32]
40. Missing Game [5:26]
41. His Long Drop [2:37]
42. Cast List [3:38]
Disc #2, Side B -- Battleground
1. Credits and Dedication [2:06]
2. The Drill [4:21]
3. Tent Talk [5:31]
4. Secret Move [4:38]
5. Bastogne [3:08]
6. Good Night, Soldier [5:25]
7. Strategic Withdrawals [3:00]
8. Digging In [5:42]
9. Shared Eggs [4:15]
10. Sad News [4:29]
11. Incoming Mail [4:40]
12. What's the Password? [2:35]
13. Pitching Snowballs [3:05]
14. Enemy In Their Midst [4:18]
15. Passing of the Helmet [4:04]
16. Returning for Rodriguez [3:49]
17. Against the Rules [:11]
18. By the Embankment [4:44]
19. Under Attack [4:07]
20. Surprising the Enemy [4:22]
21. Wanting to Remember [2:59]
22. Answer: "Nuts" [4:50]
23. Christmas Card [6:01]
24. Was This Trip Necessary? [2:56]
26. Sunlight and Supplies [4:47]
25. Bombing Bastogne [3:38]
27. About Face [7:16]
28. Drill to Rear [4:30]
29. Cast List [1:35]
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Disc #1, Side A -- Kelly's Heroes
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      Cast & Crew
         Clint Eastwood - Kelly
         Telly Savalas - Big Joe
         Don Rickles - Crapgame
         Donald Sutherland - Oddball
         Gavin MacLeod - Moriarty
         Screenplay by Troy Kennedy-Martin
         Produced by Gabriel Katzka and Sidney Beckerman
         Directed by Brian G. Hutton
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Disc #1, Side B -- The Dirty Dozen
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      Commentary by EM Nathanson and David J Schow and Captain Dale Dye with Jim Brown, Trini Lopez, Kenneth Hyman, Stuart Cooper and Colin Suther Maitland
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Disc #2, Side A -- Where Eagles Dare
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      On Location: Where Eagles Dare
      Theatrical Trailer
      Cast & Crew
         Richard Burton - Major Jonathan Smith
         Clint Eastwood - Lt Morris Schaffer
         Mary Ure - Mary Elison
         Patrick Wymark - Col Wyatt Turner
         Michael Hordern - Adm Rolland
         Story and Screenplay by Alistair MacLean
         Produced by Elliott Kastner
         Directed by Brian G Hutton
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Disc #2, Side B -- Battleground
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Classics!

    Some of these movies are absolute classics! I'm glad I had to opportunity to see them (I've read some of the books but never saw the movies.) I was able to watch a couple of them with my college-aged son. We had to laugh at the young versions of Hollywood greats like Charles Bronson and Clint Eastwood. Donald Southerland has changed very little, both in unique looks as well as freaky parts played. It's worth the price to get these movies. There are some with better f/xs and maybe even better storylines. But everyone should see these movies at least once. It is also nice to see war movies without the gore, extreme language and in-your-face sex. These are movies I can comfortably watch with my teenaged sons, without feeling like I'm contributing to the delinquency of minors.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    They aren't called the Greatest Generation for nothing!

    I had seen 3 of the 4 movies before (Battleground was new to me). It was interesting to see them from a vantage point of more maturity and with a greater knowledge and appreciation of the history of WWII. To see the resourcefulness of men in desperate situations, & the ability to do whatever it took to whip a ragamuffin bunch of ne'er-do-wells into an outfit (without worrying about anyone's "rights" being violated) defined a time we no longer live in. The discussions generated by each of these movies pointed out the differences between the people, politics, & mores of two generations, to the detriment of the present generation. Lots of action, lots of blood & guts, and you could always tell who the good guys were!

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