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    Hi all,

    I'm just curious to know what the best war film you've seen.

    I've just finished watching 'Man Of War' the story of Max Manus. What a film!! An absolutely fantastic insight into the Norwegian resistance.

    This movie now jumps to No1 in my war movie list;

    1 - Man Of War
    2 - Saving Private Ryan/Band Of Brothers
    3 - The Longest Day

    I'd love to know your thought,
    Lee

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    Hi Lee,

    I tried to keep my list to three, but I just couldn't bring myself to leave out the other two.

    Here are my all time favorites:

    1. The Dawn Patrol (1938 version) - Errol Flynn, David Niven.
    2. Five O' Clock High - Gregory Peck.
    3. Stalag 17 - William Holden, Peter Graves.
    4. Patton - George C. Scott.
    5. Sergeant York - Gary Cooper.
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    Hi guys,
    I havent got a hope in hell of keeping my list to 3, if truth be known, I would be struggling to keep it to 5, but here goes:

    1: A Bridge Too Far
    2: The Great Escape
    3: Dawn Patrol (Original 1938 version)
    4: The Longest Day
    5: They Were Not Divided

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    1) Saving Private Ryan
    2) Band of Brother
    3) Sgt. York ( man i love that movie)
    4) The Great Escape

    More than 3 but i really can list more than 4.

    rgds, Ty

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    2. Five O' Clock High - Gregory Peck.
    Sometimes, you just have to laugh at yourself...I of course meant Twelve O' Clock High....I am such a goof...
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    DAS BOOT for sure is the best war movie !

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    Saving Private Ryan
    Schindler's List
    Stalingrad
    Downfall
    A bridge too Far
    Kelly'Heroes
    Where Eagles dare
    and two more , i am not sure the title in english , Navarone Canons ? he win a Oscar in 1961 ...
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    Ah crap, Pierre! Schnidler's List how can i forget :0

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    In no particular order.....

    Deer Hunter
    Dark Blue World
    Das Boot (Original full length German Version)
    The Pianist
    Stalingrad
    The Duelists
    We were Soldiers

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    dang it!! Deer hunter as well.

    You keep naming it i keep repeating it!!

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