Heroes (1977)





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This early Hollywood look at the war in Vietnam stars Henry Winkler as a battle-scarred vet who escapes a mental institution to travel cross-country for a reunion with his fellow soldiers.
Comedy , Drama
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MCA Universal Home Video


Henry Winkler
as Jack Dunne
Sally Field
as Carol Bell
Harrison Ford
as Ken Boyd
Hector Elias
as Dr. Elias
Ken Augustine
as Charles
Helen Craig
as Bus Depot Manager
Betty McGuire
as Mrs. Munro
John O'Leary
as Ticket Clerk
Tom Rosqui
as Patrolman
Ben Fuhrman
as Patrolman
Fred Stuthman
as Nathan
Louis Carello
as Stokes
Billy Burton
as Bar Patron 2
David R. Ellis
as Bar Patron 1
Alex Tinne
as Bridegroom
Dick Ziker
as Artie
Bill Ackridge
as Starter
Gary Bertz
as Pilot
James Gavin
as Pilot
Bill Burton Sr.
as Bar Patron
Dave Ellis
as Bar Patron
Pat Hustis
as Car Driver
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Critic Reviews for Heroes

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Full Review… | March 25, 2009
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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
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Full Review… | May 8, 2005
New York Times
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Audience Reviews for Heroes

I remember seeing the trailer for this in 1977. It was shown before Star Wars. This was the height of Fonzie's fame on Happy Days. But in Sept 1977, the infamous "Jump the Shark" episode aired, and it was the beginning of the end.

Del Taco
Del Taco

My favourite crazy Vietnam veteran movie. It stars Henry "Fonzie" Winkler, it's nice to see him in a starring role for once.

Aj V
Aj V

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** (out of four) Jack (Henry Winkler) has been home from Vietnam for four years, but he is still living the nightmare. He is put in a Veterans Hospital, but he escapes and hits the road, heading west to California where he hopes to start a worm farm with a war buddy. Along the way he meets a lady (Sally Field) who is about to get married. The idea is pretty decent, but the execution is disappointing. We are supposed to be on Jack's side, but he is a bit crazy and his situations are made worse because of his behavior. Winkler does okay in the part, but the script is so contrived and over-the-top that it disables the entire production.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

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