Favorite War Movies

Run silent, run deep. Pretty stout cast.
All quiet on the western front
Grave of fireflies
Dunkirk

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WW III (tv mini series)

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Does world war Z count?

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I just read an article about how Saving Private Ryan was the best WWII movie ever made. So I second @ScreaminCreedmoor. Nobody mentioned it until he did. But I was going to.

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We Were Soldiers was one of the greats.
Black Hawk Down is difficult for me to watch.

In Harms Way has not been mentioned.
Not just a great movie but a partial quote of our greatest Naval Hero.

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To Hell and Back
Victory at Sea tv show
Ensign Pulver

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By Dawns Early Light
A Bridge Too Far

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@Jperr My first post has a photo of several war movies in my collection that have been mentioned afterward…Oh well, I reckon a picture ain’t worth a thousand words in this thread. :rofl:

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@Jperr You stand corrected. The internet is forever. Lol.

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Stalag 17, The Great Escape, The Dirty Dozen, U-571, Valkyrie

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The Thin Red Line

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Flags Of Our Fathers, Letters From Iwo Jima, Heartbreak Ridge, Hacksaw Ridge

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The Tuskegee Airmen
Greyhound
Heartbreak Ridge

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Watch: the Fighting SeaBees with John Wayne. My dad was in it - just saying

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@jNemes65 I love that movie. Do you know when and what part he’s in it?

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They Were Expendable. A John Wayne movie but he is not the star. Early ww2 movie about pt boats.

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Yes, he played a Nap hiding in the bushes, and that pretty much is his claim to fame, lol! He was chief petty officer in the first original SeaBeas. It was a made for Hollywood movie. He partied with John Wayne when he got State side. He was stationed on: Island X in the Philippines.

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The Big Red One. XYZ etc.

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Probably my favorite.

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Another great one that I didn’t see listed above.

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