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I love that movie. Some consider it an Alamo type of movie and I say so what. They had a mission and were going to do it. The tank battle is true to the point that it took 4 or more tanks to take out one Tiger. I love the action and the scene with the two local woman can and did happen toward the end of the war. My late great-uncle was there from D-Day to the end and told us a few stories like that so I believe that happened. Definitely in the top 10 of my WWII movies.
Great action and a little comedy even from Robert Mitchum and John Wayne and is at the top of my favorite movies.
I like the movie even though some scenes seem far fetched like the attitude of Reisman but being a veteran I have seen guys like the convicts. I can see the military using convicts for a mission in lieu of regular soldiers. Overall I like the movie very much.