- 1. Come on, colonel.
- 2. - Get that jeep out of here.
- Right, Kelly.
- 3. We've been here for two hours.
- 4. No, that's map section 3, not 4.
- 5. I don't give a damn what Command says
- 6. Look, Mulligan, I don't think
I'm getting through to you.
- 7. You're dropping your damn barrage
on our position.
- 8. Sit and see.
- 9. You can't hear me?
The reason you can't hear me...
- 10. is because you're firing your mortar
at your end...
- 11. and they're dropping here at our end.
- 12. No, the Krauts are not here. We're here.
- 13. Mulligan, your bombs are coming down
on our heads.
- 14. I don't know where the Krauts are.
- 15. Just lift your goddamn barrage. Over.
- 16. I told you to bring me some good-looking
kid, not this fat, sausage-chewing wino.
- 17. Well, if you were looking for a young boy,
you should've sent somebody else, Joe.
- 18. Mulligan, you son of a bitch.
- 19. Hey, Joe, it looks like they're trying
to push up the canal.
- 20. What do you want me to do
about it, Petuko?
- 21. The half-track's been wiped out.
- 22. - Eddie's been hit.
- 23. Go see what's happening. Grace, Jonesey,
grab a litter and go with Corporal Job.
- 24. On the double.
- 25. Mickey Mouse.
- 26. - It's Mulligan.
- It's Mulligan. What the hell does he want?
- 27. He says he's sorry.
- 28. Sorry. Son of a bitch.
- 29. Mulligan.
- 30. Big Joe's a little upset right now.
I think maybe you should leave town.
- 31. Get out of the neighborhood.
- 32. Right.
- 33. Does he speak English?
- 34. Yeah, he's a colonel in Intelligence.
- 35. Here.
- 36. As a big noise with the German Intelligence
you ought to be able to tell us about Nancy.
- 37. - Under the Geneva Convention you only—
- Sit down.
- 38. I'm not interested in defenses,
I'm interested in hotels. Okay?
- 39. Are there any still standing?
- 40. There are three.
Two are defended by units of—
- 41. And which is the most comfortable?
- 42. - I don't know.
- Hey, look.
- 43. Think of us as tourists.
I don't want any military information.
- 44. I just want to know the best hotel.
- 45. - I think it is called the Majestic.
- And who's the owner?
- 46. I can't remember his name.
- 47. All right, all right.
Check the Michelin Guide.
- 48. Now, what about women?
- 49. I must warn you. The German Army
is preparing a counter attack—
- 50. Sit down.
- 51. Look, we're not worried
about the German Army.
- 52. We got enough troubles of our own.
To the right, General Patton.
- 53. To the left, the British Army.
To the rear, our own goddamn artillery.
- 54. And besides all that, it's raining.
The good thing about the weather...
- 55. it keeps our Air Corps
from blowing us to hell...
- 56. because it's too lousy to fly.
- 57. Okay.
- 58. Now, what about the broads in Nancy?
- 59. - Broads?
- The women.
- 60. Yes, there is a house.
I cannot give you the directions.
- 61. I've never been there.
- 62. Hey, here it is. "Nancy.
- 63. Principal attractions:
- 64. The Church of the Cordeliers tombs.
Woodwork and statues.
- 65. City Hall, 18th century,
with stairway and square reception room.
- 66. Palace Stanislas' impressive gates.
- 67. Porterie, Museum of Lorraine.
Charge to see—"
- 68. Will you cut the culture crap
and get to the hotels?
- 69. Majestic Hotel, three stars,
a knife and a fork.
- 70. Beautiful.
- 71. We keep this guy until we get to Nancy.
We can use him when we get to town.
- 72. - Hey, Joe.
- What do you want, Barbara?
- 73. The captain wants to see you.
- 74. "The captain."
- 75. I'll be right with you.
- 76. - What should I do?
- Stay on the radio.
- 77. Joe, I think we ought to send him back
- 78. Look, nobody's copping out on this.
Do you understand?
- 79. The colonel serves a more strategic
purpose staying with us.
- 80. He needs interrogating,
then you do it right here.
- 81. Open the door.
- 82. - Hey, Joe. Do me a favor, will you?
- What do you want?
- 83. - What?
- Don't call me Barbara.
- 84. - That's your name, isn't it?
- But my name's Babra.
- 85. - Come on, will you?
- I only wanted to—
- 86. What are these, colonel?
- 87. - Just my orders and letters of transport.
- 88. Fisher?
- 89. - What are you transporting?
- 90. What kind of files?
- 91. - Clerical.
- Clerical, huh?
- 92. Mind telling me
what you were doing in this area?
- 93. I needed petrol for my trucks.
- 94. Trucks won't move without petrol.
- 95. - What do you want, Kelly?
- Interpret these for me, will you?
- 96. What are these?
- 97. - Lead bars.
- 98. Yes, the bag was supposed
to have been dropped in the water...
- 99. in case of capture.
- 100. Unfortunately, you surprised me.
- 101. All these papers are about some kind
of convoy from France to Germany.
- 102. Code name is Tannenbaum.
- 103. - Travel reports are a shipment of—
- That's enough.
- 104. Thanks.
- 105. Colonel.
- 106. Come here, colonel.
- 107. Oh, Little Joe, give me that brandy,
- 108. - What for?
- Just give me the brandy.
- 109. Kelly, what do you want to give away
the good brandy to the Kraut for?
- 110. This way, colonel.
- 111. Over here.
- 112. Sit down on this bench.
- 113. I want you to have a drink.
- 114. - Under the Geneva Convention—
- This isn't Geneva, colonel.
- 115. I just want to have a nice sociable talk
with you, that's all.
- 116. Go ahead. Drink.
- 117. But I will not divulge
any further information.
- 118. Drink.
- 119. Oh.
- 120. You idiot. Hold it.
- 121. Come on, cover me.
- 122. Mitchell.
- 123. - Mitchell?
- 124. Big Joe.
- 125. All right, you stay here.
- 126. - All right, where is he?
- 127. Captain?
Yeah, who is it?
- 128. It's me, Big Joe. Where are you?
- 129. I'm in here.
- 130. - What are you doing there, sir?
- I'm checking out the motor.
- 131. The motor? What for?
- 132. We're pulling out. I want to see if
this boat's worth taking back to the base.
- 133. What about Nancy?
- 134. Third Army's taking over.
We go into reserve.
- 135. When they take Nancy,
we go back in the line.
- 136. Oh, wow. I don't think you have the welfare
of your men at heart.
- 137. Now, look, this is a big town,
with a lot of passionate broads...
- 138. great restaurants, feather beds
in rooms with hot water.
- 139. Look, captain, we've been rained on,
pushed on, bombed on...
- 140. mortared on by Mulligan all the way
from the Normandy Beachhead.
- 141. I'm aware of that problem, sergeant.
- 142. You've been aware of that problem ever
since we got out of the water at Omaha.
- 143. Look, why is it that every time
we get to a town like Nancy...
- 144. these guys with the clean uniforms
and the ties...
- 145. get to ride in the trucks into town
and make their pitch?
- 146. The general says we pull out,
so we pull out.
- 147. Look, captain.
You can't let them do this.
- 148. I gotta get my men near broads before
they start freaking outwith each other.
- 149. I'm aware that
that situation might be developing.
- 150. Think I could get this
in the hold of a B-17?
- 151. We're point section
to the whole damn Army.
- 152. - Nancy's our town, captain. Yeah.
- Hey, Joe.
- 153. There's a company of Germans
starting to push.
- 154. Relax, I'll be with you in a minute.
- 155. We got it all figured out.
We even got a guide.
- 156. All we have to do is get in there.
- 157. Well, there's a couple of German
divisions say you can't.
- 158. So we need a little help.
- 159. The help I need is
to get this yacht out of here.
- 160. Get back to the barn. I'll do it myself.
- 161. Hey, look, captain, you're supposed to be
in charge of this outfit.
- 162. You're doing such a good job.
Why should I get in your way?
- 163. Oh, God.
- 164. Hey, Cowboy.
- 165. Got a report that three tanks are coming
up the road. I suggest you get activated.
- 166. Hold her down there a bit, Willard.
The corporal's trying to tell us something.
- 167. Yes, sir. You're telling me what?
- 168. There are three tanks coming up the road.
I suggest you get activated.
- 169. Oh, now, come on, pal.
Ain't you got any Shermans?
- 170. We've been polishing these things
for two days.
- 171. If we take them out there in that rain,
they're gonna rust up on us.
- 172. Come on, don't give me a hard time.
Get off your ass, and get out there.
- 173. Yes, sir. I didn't mean nothing.
- 174. I was just trying to tell you how we're
feeling, ain't that right, Willard? Yee-haw!
- 175. Hold the ground at all costs.
We're a reconnaissance company.
- 176. It's not our job to hold the ground.
That's an Infantry job.
- 177. We're supposed to go out
and find someplace...
- 178. look at it and tell you
what the situation is.
- 179. I can tell you what the situation is.
- 180. It's wet, it's cold,
and we're under heavy fire.
- 181. Yes. Yes.
- 182. Are they sending up anything
to support us?
- 183. They say they haven't got anything.
We've been ordered to hold.
- 184. - Hold. With what?
- That's what I told them.
- 185. - You think we ought to pull out?
- 186. You think we ought to pull out?
- 187. I don't know. Better wait for Big Joe.
- 188. Corporal, those aren't Mulligan's mortars
- 189. Those are German 88s.
- 190. Much as I like Big Joe, I don't want to
spend the rest of the war in a prison camp.
- 191. Besides which, I'm first-generation Italian,
they'd shoot me as a traitor.
- 192. The indications are the Germans
are coming and we're not gonna stop them.
- 193. With your permission I'm gonna pull the
vehicle to the other side of the canal.
- 194. Yeah, go on.
- 195. Penn, Fisher. Get that damn thing
out of here.
- 196. Okay, everybody.
We're pulling out on the double.
- 197. Move that stretcher.
- 198. Goddamn it, Cowboy.
- 199. I don't know what you was talking about.
There ain't three tanks. There's about 20.
- 200. - Ain't that right, Willard?
- Damn right.
- 201. Get that thing to the other side
of the canal, you maniac.
- 202. Well, that's what we was
figuring on doing. Ha-ha-ha.
- 203. Kelly, come on, we're going.
You're coming, ain't you?
- 204. - Go on ahead.
- All right, all right, good luck.
- 205. Okay, Penn, let's go.
- 206. Colonel.
- 207. Colonel.
- 208. How many more bars of gold like this
do you have in that convoy?
- 209. No, no, come on, speak English,
colonel, come on.
- 210. How many bars like this in your trucks?
- 211. - Fourteen.
- Fourteen what?
- 212. Thousand.
- 213. Fourteen thousand?
- 214. Whoo.
- 215. Colonel, whereabouts
is your convoy right now?
- 216. Where are your trucks? Hm?
- 217. - Clermont.
- In Clermont. Clermont?
- 218. Is the gold still in the trucks?
- 219. Whereabouts? Whereabouts is the gold?
- 220. In the bank. It is a bank.
- 221. Colonel. Wake up, wake up.
What about support units?
- 222. - Support units?
- Yeah, tanks.
- 223. Come on, tanks. Stuff like that.
- 224. Tanks. Huh?
- 225. Three Tiger tanks.
- 226. What about infantry?
- 227. What about infantry, colonel?
- 228. - Did you hear from headquarters?
- We've been ordered to hold.
- 229. I'll tell them when to hold.
The Third took over one hour ago.
- 230. - We're pulling out of here.
- 231. - Where's Maitland?
- He's salvaging a yacht.
- 232. - A yacht?
- A yacht.
- 233. - I'll see you about 10 miles down the road.
- Wait a minute.
- 234. - Is everybody across the bridge?
- Kelly's in the barn with that colonel.
- 235. - Did you tell him we're pulling out?
- We told him. He's crazy.
- 236. Tell Mulligan to give me three minutes
and then lay all the mortar into that barn.
- 237. - Understand?
- If you say so.
- 238. You wait here.
- 239. Mulligan.
- 240. Come on, colonel. Come on.
- 241. Get up and sit right here.
- 242. Kelly. Half the German Army's
coming up the road.
- 243. In a few minutes, Mulligan's gonna drop
10 tons of mortar on this joint.
- 244. - What the hell are you doing?
- Looking after the colonel.
- 245. Shoot him and let's get the hell
out of here.
- 246. - Shoot him, we don't get the gold.
- What gold?
- 247. The gold that's in a bank
25 miles east of Nancy, that's what.
- 248. Mulligan, I said three minutes.
Come on, let's get out of here.
- 249. Kelly? You okay, Kelly?
- 250. Yeah, I'm all right.
- 251. Come on, you nut.
Let's get the hell out of here.
- 252. Fisher. Petuko. Come on,
we're moving out. Moving out.
- 253. Moving out. Babra. Come on. Move it.
- 254. Get in, we're pulling out.
- 255. Kelly, you nut. Come on.
- 256. Wait a minute, will you?
Will you wait a minute?
- 257. Listen to me a second.
It's not me, I tell you. It's not me.
- 258. I can't tell one shell from another. They
all look alike. They all look alike, Kelly.
- 259. If it was me,
if I could tell, would I be here?
- 260. Would I be here?
I wouldn't be here, Kelly.
- 261. I'd be in the States checking out the duds.
I'd be outwith all those broads.
- 262. - I'd be working in a factory.
- 263. Wait a minute. We've got to have
a little understanding around here.
- 264. How the hell do we ever get
any understanding around here, Kelly?
- 265. - Relax.
- You got—
- 266. Mulligan, I just want to
make a proposition to you.
- 267. A proposition?
- 268. Well, is it dirty, or just illegal?
- 269. Well, I want you
to set up a barrage for me.
- 270. I want you to lay down
a barrage for me, Mulligan.
- 271. Grid section 7,
right here at these crossroads.
- 272. Yeah, well, I gotta have a signed
operations order from the C.O.
- 273. I need an authorization.
- 274. You see, that's just the problem, Mulligan.
We don't have an authorization.
- 275. You don't have a—
- 276. Well, Kelly, without an authorization,
I can't help you.
- 277. I told you I had a proposition, Mulligan.
That's just what I meant.
- 278. A proposition.
- 279. Oh. Hm.
- 280. Yeah. Well, uh... Uh—
- 281. Why?
- 282. Why what?
- 283. Why—?
- 284. Why, uh... Why not? Heh.
- 285. You won't forget me now, will you?
- 286. Why, no. I won't forget, Kelly.
- 287. You're a good man, Mulligan.
- 288. Yeah, Kelly.
- 289. Mm. Mm.
- 290. Come on. Come on.
Screw you, Mac.
- 291. Come on, move it.
- 292. Up yours, baby.
- 293. Hey, hey, come on, get it out of there.
- 294. Come on.
- 295. Hey, come on. Come on,
come on, move it.
- 296. Come on. All right, come on, you guys.
Clear it out.
- 297. Come on, get the horse out of here.
Get on the side, will you? Come on.
- 298. Move it out, come on now.
Move it, move it.
- 299. Keep it going, boys. Move it through.
- 300. All right, keep it going. Let's go.
- 301. A message from Captain Maitland.
- 302. - Did you read it?
- 303. - What's it say?
- He wanted you to read it, Joe.
- 304. Take the underwear off your head, huh?
Enough is enough.
- 305. - We've been ordered to pull back.
- 306. We've been ordered to pull back.
- 307. Yeah, I heard.
- 308. All right.
- 309. We've been ordered back
to map reference 473, so let's move it.
- 310. But my hair is still in curlers.
- 311. That's telling them, Willard.
- 312. Come on, let's move it out.
- 313. Hey, Joe, what about Nancy?
- 314. Pack it up, let's go.
- 315. Move them out, will you, corporal?
- 316. Where have you been?
- 317. - Checking a few things out.
- Like what?
- 318. I'm going after that gold, Joe.
- 319. That's what I thought.
- 320. Do you want in?
- 321. Do I want in?
- 322. Let me tell you something.
Let me make it nice and clear.
- 323. I got a job to do and that's to get you guys
to Berlin without getting killed.
- 324. We've been at the front end
of this war all the way.
- 325. If you whisper one word
about the gold to these guys...
- 326. I'm gonna have you bounced so fast
your feet won't touch the ground.
- 327. - Now, do you understand that, Kelly?
- Yeah. Yeah, I understand.
- 328. You'd better fix up some transfer papers
for me, because I'm going.
- 329. With you or without you.
- 330. Okay
- 331. Give me a hand down there.
What a bunch of shit this is.
- 332. Okay, sergeant, everything's secure
up here. I'm coming down now.
- 333. Hi, captain.
- 334. Sergeant, do you think I can get this yacht
to Paris by Sunday?
- 335. You didn't bring me to this farmhouse
to talk about this boat again?
- 336. I worked a deal with headquarters. I've
got three days' rest for you and the men.
- 337. Make sure they have a good time.
- 338. I gotta get this yacht to Paris
and pick up things for the general.
- 339. - And where do we spend this vacation?
- Right here, sergeant.
- 340. Are you kidding?
- 341. I'm not kidding. With a little imagination,
you can fix this place up.
- 342. Lay out a baseball diamond.
Run the water into the house.
- 343. Special service is coming by
with some magazines and paperbacks.
- 344. We're 10 miles from the nearest town.
There's no action.
- 345. That's the beautiful thing
about this location. It's quiet.
- 346. Get yourselves a suntan, a little rest.
In three days we're back in the line.
- 347. Hey, captain.
- 348. - We're all ready to move out.
- Yeah, I'm coming. Go ahead.
- 349. There's no booze, there's no broads,
there's no action.
- 350. Another thing. Don't fool around
with the women, their husbands carry guns.
- 351. And don't forget, the penalty
for looting is death.
- 352. Loot what? There's nothing here to loot.
- 353. I'll be back in three days.
- 354. "Get yourself a suntan
and get some rest."
- 355. He's gotta be out of his mind.
- 356. But how does he get away with it?
That's what I'd like to know.
- 357. Very simple.
The general's his uncle, that's how.
- 358. There's a girl with a heart
As big as—
- 359. - Crapgame?
- What do you want?
- 360. I want to talk to you
for a couple minutes.
- 361. What about?
- 362. I have this deal I've been working on.
- 363. I thought you might be interested
in helping me out.
- 364. What kind of deal?
- 365. A private deal.
- 366. Oh, yeah?
Hey, Harry, go get yourself a haircut.
- 367. I hear Maitland's got himself a yacht
and taking it to Paris.
- 368. That's right.
- 369. No money in yachts.
What does he want a yacht for?
- 370. Who cares, as long as it keeps him
out of our hair for a few days?
- 371. Okay, Kelly.
- 372. What is it? What is it you want?
- 373. Well, I want 15 Thompsons,
two.30 caliber machine guns...
- 374. two bazookas, two field radios...
- 375. and supplies and ammunition to last a
platoon of men in the field for three days.
- 376. - Oh. That all?
- 377. I want the Intelligence report
for this whole sector...
- 378. and I need them in the next two hours.
- 379. That's nice. What's in it for me?
- 380. - A piece of the action.
- What kind of action?
- 381. This kind of action.
- 382. Hello, Izzy? Yeah, it's me, it's me.
- 383. Listen, get me a quotation for gold
on the Paris market.
- 384. Yeah, now, and hurry it up.
- 385. How much more where this came from?
- 386. Fourteen thousand bars.
- 387. Fourteen thousand bars? Ha, ha.
- 388. Fourteen thousand.
- 389. Hey, sweetheart, have yourself a bottle
of booze, you're beautiful.
- 390. Fourteen thousand bars.
- 391. That's beautiful. Where is it?
- 392. In a bank.
- 393. In a bank?
- 394. You're getting pretty ambitious,
- 395. I mean, to think you can blow a bank
and get away with it?
- 396. It's behind enemy lines.
- 397. Behind enemy lines.
- 398. Yeah. That could be the perfect crime.
- 399. Hello? Yeah. Yeah, Izzy.
- 400. Right. Right, I got you.
- 401. Let's see. Seven carry the two, gold, 54.
- 402. Hm. $1.6 million.
- 403. What else will you need?
- 404. You could probably use some armor.
- 405. What are you doing up there?
- 406. - Hey, Crapgame.
- Who the hell's that?
- 407. His name's Oddball.
- 408. I got three Shermans outside.
- 409. Yeah? What outfit?
- 410. Right now I don't have any outfit.
- 411. Who's your commanding officer?
- 412. He got decapitated by an 88
about six weeks ago.
- 413. But don't say you're sorry.
- 414. He's been trying to get us killed
ever since we landed at Omaha Beach.
- 415. It's terrible.
- 416. He hasn't reported him dead yet.
You see, I've been collecting his whiskey.
- 417. We see our role
as essentially defensive in nature.
- 418. While our armies are advancing so fast...
- 419. and everyone's knocking themselves out
to be heroes...
- 420. we are holding ourselves in reserve...
- 421. in case the Krauts mount a
counteroffensive which threatens Paris...
- 422. or maybe even New York.
- 423. Then we can move in and stop them.
- 424. But for $1.6 million...
- 425. we could become heroes
for three days.
- 426. A Sherman can give you
a very nice edge.
- 427. Where are these Shermans?
- 428. They're outside.
- 429. Come on, I'll show them to you.
- 430. These are my boys.
- 431. And these are your tanks, huh?
- 432. - Yep.
- 433. I mean, don't let the dirt and the rust
hang you up.
- 434. We like to give the impression
that we're just out of action.
- 435. Badly in need of a period
of rest and reorganization.
- 436. That way nobody bugs us.
- 437. Come on, look at the engine.
- 438. This engine's been modified
by our mechanical genius here, Moriarty.
- 439. Right?
- 440. Whatever you say, babe.
- 441. These tanks are faster than any other tanks
in the European theater of operations.
- 442. Forwards or backwards.
- 443. See, man, we like to feel that we can get out
of trouble quicker than we got into it.
- 444. Any other secret weapons?
- 445. Yeah. I mean, like, you see,
all the tanks we come up against...
- 446. are bigger and better than ours.
- 447. So that all we can hope to do
is, like, scare them away.
- 448. This gun is an ordinary 76 millimeter...
- 449. but we added this piece of pipe onto it
and the Krauts think, like, uh...
- 450. maybe it's a 90 millimeter.
- 451. We got our own ammunition.
- 452. It's filled with paint.
When we fire it, it makes pretty pictures.
- 453. It scares the hell out of people.
- 454. We got a loudspeaker here and when we go
into battle, we play music very loud.
- 455. It kind of...
- 456. calms us down.
- 457. Come on inside for a minute.
- 458. If I hear any more threats
against Maitland's life.
- 459. If I hear any more wild talk about going
to headquarters and killing the general.
- 460. Or raping nurses at the field hospital.
- 461. I'm gonna strangle the guy
with my bare hands.
- 462. Now, all good things
come to those who wait.
- 463. We're gonna have a lot of fun here.
Aren't we, Cowboy?
- 464. - You can bet your boots on that, partner.
- Sergeant, partner.
- 465. - Right, Sarge.
- All right.
- 466. - Joe?
- 467. I think I've got the crabs.
- 468. We're gonna boil our laundry.
We're gonna set up a little shower area...
- 469. so we can wash our little bodies.
- 470. - Babra.
- Shut up.
- 471. Shave.
- 472. A little wine, women and song.
A little chiquita for you, Petuko.
- 473. It's gonna take time to get organized...
- 474. but I want that farmhouse
to look like a nightclub. Little Joe.
- 475. I want you to set up a bar.
- 476. We ain't got no booze.
- 477. "We ain't got no booze."
- 478. Well, we're going to get some booze.
- 479. I'm gonna go down to Battalion...
- 480. see if I can lay my hands on some
dirty movies and when I come back...
- 481. I want that farmhouse not only clean,
but completely decorated.
- 482. Do you understand that?
- 483. All right, corporal, fall them out.
Let's get moving.
- 484. $16 million.
- 485. $16 million.
- 486. - Kelly, I think I made a slight mistake.
- 487. It's not 1.6 million, it's $16 million.
- 488. - What a bundle.
- Yeah, all right.
- 489. We're gonna need plenty of gasoline
on this trip.
- 490. You can handle getting it through
- 491. - Just name the place, baby.
- 492. Right here. Grid section B.
- 493. Tonight at 2100 hours.
- 494. No good, man. The boys have got
something special on tonight.
- 495. Are you nuts?
What's more important than $16 million?
- 496. You come around tonight, Crapgame,
and we'll show you.
- 497. Okay
- 498. Tomorrow night, then.
Along this road, same hour.
- 499. We'll be there.
- 500. - If you're late, we move out without you.
- If we're late, it's because we're dead.
- 501. What about Big Joe?
- 502. You handle the supplies,
I'll take care of Big Joe.
- 503. I'm going along to protect my investment.
- 504. You don't trust me.
- 505. A firm financial mind should be behind
an enterprise such as this.
- 506. There could be a bonus. Besides,
Switzerland's only 100 miles away.
- 507. I don't want anybody getting lost.
- 508. Now, look, I don't want
half the Army in on this deal.
- 509. Don't want any friends or friends of friends.
I want to keep it a tight little unit.
- 510. Right, Oddball?
- 511. Oh, yeah, man. I mean, like...
- 512. No sweat, you know?
- 513. I'll pick you up in about an hour.
- 514. You can hang onto that bar of gold
as a deposit.
- 515. Who is that guy, Crapgame?
- 516. Oh. His name's Kelly.
Used to be a lieutenant.
- 517. Pretty good, too, until they gave him orders
to attack the wrong hill.
- 518. Wiped out half a company of Gl's.
- 519. Somebody had to get the blame,
and he got picked.
- 520. Oh, man, I don't like officers.
- 521. Neither does he, so relax.
- 522. Get me Hogan in Intelligence.
- 523. - Hey, Crapgame.
- 524. You mind I take this bar of gold
and show it to the boys?
- 525. No, not at all. Just remember
where you found it. Bring it back here.
- 526. You're a good boy, Crapgame.
- 527. Something's wrong with him.
- 528. Hello, Hogan? It's Crapgame.
- 529. I got you the scotch
and the nylons you wanted.
- 530. Yeah.
- 531. Do I ever fail you?
- 532. You better believe it. Never miss.
- 533. Listen...
- 534. I, uh, got a little favor to ask of you.
- 535. Will you stop crying,
I haven't even asked you yet.
- 536. What's the matter with you?
- 537. You wait here, padre.
- 538. I warned you, if you started anything,
I'd bust you out.
- 539. If you transfer me, Joe...
- 540. you have to transfer every man
in this outfit.
- 541. I told you to lay off these guys.
- 542. Take it easy.
Kelly's got the whole thing figured.
- 543. Who invited you, Hustler?
- 544. - He did.
- Hey, Joe.
- 545. It's a snap.
16 million just waiting to be picked up.
- 546. Did he forget to tell you
it's behind enemy lines?
- 547. - I told them.
- 548. Did you tell them how to get through
and cover 30 miles to Clermont?
- 549. - I told them.
- Then tell me.
- 550. Listen, Kelly's got it figured pretty good.
- 551. Listen?
This guy's gonna get you all killed.
- 552. We're getting killed now, pal,
for $50 a month.
- 553. Damn right.
- 554. What good is a bonus gonna do
when you're dead?
- 555. The risk is the same we've been
taking since the beaches.
- 556. Only then you didn't have a choice,
now you do.
- 557. Three days from now we're going back
into the line, Joe.
- 558. But this time we're doing it
- 559. Kelly's even got us armor support.
- 560. What armor?
- 561. Three Shermans from the 321st.
- 562. Who's in command?
- 563. It's a top-line outfit.
I personally recommend these guys.
- 564. You butt out. The only time you come out
of the ground is when you smell a profit.
- 565. I'm coming out now
because Kelly has the perfect caper.
- 566. For you it's a vacation. Six days
out of seven you're behind the lines.
- 567. We're at the broken end of a bottle
all the time, so you butt out.
- 568. Who's in command?
- 569. - Guy named Oddball.
- Oddball? He's a freak.
- 570. He's got three Shermans all ready to go.
- 571. What guarantee is that?
He's ready to go? He's a nut.
- 572. Well, we're all nuts
or we wouldn't be here.
- 573. Hey, look.
Let me tell you guys something.
- 574. There's certain rules and regulations
governing the fighting of a war.
- 575. And the first one is that
you never stick your neck out for nobody.
- 576. Unless you're some kind of a hero type.
- 577. And I haven't seen any hero types
around here lately.
- 578. Talking's not gonna do any good, Joe.
- 579. These men are all going.
- 580. And who's gonna lead them?
- 581. If you don't, I will.
- 582. Just listen to Kelly for a minute, Joe.
He's got it all sewed, man.
- 583. The route, the timing,
the supplies, everything.
- 584. Sure.
- 585. Sure.
- 586. Mm-hm.
- 587. What do you say, corporal?
- 588. Oh, I don't know, Joe.
- 589. I figure if I got to go, it might just as well
be this trip as the next one.
- 590. - Penn?
- I'm for it.
- 591. How about it, Cowboy?
- 592. I reckon I'm gonna have to go along
with it, Joe.
- 593. They're all for it, Joe.
- 594. What happens when Maitland finds out
we're not here?
- 595. He'll figure we've been sent back
to the front lines.
- 596. Man, he never knows where we are anyway.
- 597. Okay, show me what you've got.
- 598. The road's 10 yards beyond those
trees. Let me look at that map, will you?
- 599. What happens
if they put up road blocks?
- 600. Doesn't matter. All that matters
is Mulligan being on time.
- 601. Mulligan is on time.
On time and on target.
- 602. And he ain't ever been that yet.
- 603. Well, there's always a first time.
- 604. I figure the town is about
a quarter of a mile straight ahead.
- 605. - What happens if it isn't there?
- It better be. I went through it last night.
- 606. Only got a few minutes left,
so let's get moving.
- 607. Stick close to me, huh?
I don't want to be waiting on anyone.
- 608. We'll be there, Kelly.
- 609. All right. Move out, Cowboy.
- 610. Ooh. That nut has got to be nuts.
- 611. - Everything all right, Kelly?
- Everything's all right.
- 612. You sure you got the time straight
- 613. Yeah, I got the time straight
- 614. Whether Mulligan can tell time or not
is another question.
- 615. Fire.
- 616. Fire.
- 617. Fire.
- 618. That crazy Mulligan's dropping them
all over the place.
- 619. You mother.
- 620. - Joe. Come on.
- Shut up, you pain in the ass.
- 621. This man is the man I have
on my mind today.
- 622. I'll tell you who he is.
This is my opposite number.
- 623. General Bogel, commanding
the Second German Armored Division.
- 624. When I look at that face,
I can read that character.
- 625. This guy's a loser.
- 626. Here I am sitting in his headquarters.
- 627. I'm drinking his scotch.
- 628. Hell, I've even got one of his broads
hanging around here somewhere.
- 629. The guy's a born loser...
- 630. but you, gentlemen,
have not buried him yet.
- 631. You call yourselves leaders of men?
- 632. They're putting up strong resistance.
- 633. Come on, Roach.
I flew over the battlefield this morning.
- 634. I could march a divisional dress parade
with band music right through their line.
- 635. - What about our flanks, sir?
- Aw, the hell with your flanks.
- 636. How many times have I got to tell you?
Forget about your flanks.
- 637. There's still a half a Panzer division
between here and Nancy.
- 638. Without gas. Without gas, gentlemen.
- 639. They're getting gas, sir.
It's coming up at night.
- 640. - How?
- By truck.
- 641. The Air Force has got my orders to blow
every bridge in this sector out of existence.
- 642. They're doing it and the Germans
are rebuilding the bridges every night.
- 643. We're supposed to blow them up
again in the daytime.
- 644. - Get me those aerial photographs.
- Right, sir.
- 645. General, last night someone gave orders
to redirect our mortar fire...
- 646. against some damn crossroads.
- 647. Listen, Roach. I don't want any excuses
out of you, you hear me?
- 648. All I want is to know why this loser of a
general is keeping me the hell out of Nancy.
- 649. Sir, we haven't got the supplies.
- 650. It's just a matter of logistics.
- 651. Logistics?
- 652. We've got logistics
coming out of our ears.
- 653. What we need is fighting spirit.
The will to win.
- 654. Where are those aerial photographs?
- 655. I'm sorry. They don't seem to be here.
- 656. They don't what?
- 657. I can't locate them, sir.
- 658. Eh...
- 659. did you lose my aerial photographs?
- 660. Well... it looks to me
like there ain't no bridges still up.
- 661. What's this here?
- 662. It's a bridge.
- 663. Looks like some kind of
rail road bridge, huh?
- 664. Beautiful.
- 665. Even if we make that...
- 666. we've still got a river to cross later on.
Right over there.
- 667. Let Kelly worry about that. Our problem
is getting through German lines.
- 668. - Right?
- 669. How?
- 670. - It's a rail road bridge, ain't it'?
- 671. Well, then, beautiful.
- 672. We swing down onto the rail road tracks
and right over the mother bridge.
- 673. "And over the mother bridge." Sure.
- 674. Suppose the bridge ain't there?
- 675. Oh, man.
- 676. Don't hit me with them negative waves
so early in the morning.
- 677. Think that bridge will be there
and it will be there.
- 678. It's a mother, beautiful bridge
and it's gonna be there.
- 679. Okay?
- 680. Okay, chief.
- 681. Okay
- 682. Mount up.
- 683. How many, Grace?
- 684. Eight.
- 685. Penn?
- 686. How many, Kelly?
- 687. Uh, three's fine.
- 688. COWBOY?
- 689. Oh, about six and I figure
about eight loose.
- 690. How about you, Willard?
- 691. About the same.
- 692. How many clips did you use last night?
- 693. - About eight.
- 694. You're trigger-happy, Gutkowski.
Here's two more.
- 695. Take it easy, okay?
- 696. Take it easy.
- 697. Want some K-rations, Crapgame?
- 698. No, thanks, kid.
- 699. I could use some water.
Do you got any water?
- 700. Mm, okay.
- 701. I'm gonna get some water, okay, kid?
- 702. Hey, uh, who are you writing to?
- 703. Your mother?
- 704. Yeah.
- 705. - Do you write often?
- 706. - Where are you from?
- 707. - Do you miss your mother?
- 708. Good talking to you, kid.
- 709. Hey, Kelly.
- 710. - Kelly?
- 711. Big Joe wants to see you
over at the command jeep.
- 712. Oh.
- 713. Something wrong?
- 714. Yeah, just a few little things, Kelly.
- 715. According to this map...
- 716. we got a river to cross before we get
into this town of yours.
- 717. Yeah, well, there's a bridge right here.
Six miles out.
- 718. There was a bridge.
- 719. The Air Corps knocked every bridge
out of that river months ago.
- 720. Unh-unh. Reports have the Air Corps
knocking them out by day...
- 721. and the Germans rebuilding them
- 722. All we have to do is get there tomorrow
at dawn and we've got ourselves a bridge.
- 723. How about the German Army? Do you
think they'd mind us crossing their bridge?
- 724. Probably.
- 725. You know something, Kelly?
- 726. I think you're crazy.
Better yet, I think I'm crazy.
- 727. How did I let you talk these guys
- 728. Push 30 miles behind enemy lines,
take a bridge held by Germans...
- 729. then go into a town that we don't know
how many German soldiers are guarding.
- 730. I figure there's between 30 and 40 troops
in that town.
- 731. All right. How did you figure that?
- 732. Well, uh, it's of no military importance.
It's not big enough for a garrison.
- 733. You still didn't answer the question, Kelly.
How did you figure 30 or 40 men?
- 734. Because that's the normal amount
of support for three Tiger tanks.
- 735. Tigers?
- 736. Where the hell
did the Tigers come from?
- 737. That's why we have Oddball
and his Shermans.
- 738. - Does he know about the Tigers?
- Not yet, no.
- 739. You bet your sweet ass he doesn't.
- 740. Or he'd still be on that funny farm of his.
- 741. He may be nuts, but he's not crazy enough
to put Shermans up against Tigers.
- 742. Once these things get rolling...
- 743. they're gonna blow that whole town
to pieces, including us, Kelly.
- 744. - You're too smart to let that happen, Joe.
- Oh, wow.
- 745. You'll figure us a way in and out
of that town.
- 746. I know you've got a good head
- 747. Oh, wow.
- 748. Yeah? And I intend to keep it right here
on my shoulders, Kelly.
- 749. With these Tigers, this operation goes
above and beyond the call of duty.
- 750. That's right, Joe.
- 751. 16 million above and beyond.
- 752. Hey, look, Kelly.
- 753. You're pressing these guys' luck.
They've only got so much of it left.
- 754. It's a long, long way to Berlin.
- 755. And they're gonna need every inch of that
luck before this cockamamie war is over.
- 756. Cover!
- 757. Come on, on the double.
Let's get the equipment out of the trucks.
- 758. On the double, move it out. Here.
- 759. Cover. Take cover.
- 760. Hey. Hey.
- 761. That idiot's one of ours.
- 762. Holy crap.
- 763. Oh... Our hero.
- 764. Man, this is crazy, isn't it, Willard?
- 765. Get the number of that plane?
Who you gonna file a complaint with?
- 766. - Move it out, move it out.
- Yeah, yeah.
- 767. - Still think we can make it, wise guy?
- We can still try.
- 768. Well, Oddball better show up, Kelly.
- 769. That's all I gotta say, he'd better show up.
- 770. Move it out.
- 771. All right, how is it?
- 772. Shot.
- 773. - There's a hole right through the cylinder.
- How about the radio equipment?
- 774. - The pack radio is okay. The rest has had it.
- Pick it up and take it with you.
- 775. - I got your equipment, Joe.
- Bring it.
- 776. I told you. We should've never gone in
on this deal.
- 777. - Well, you never told me.
- Yes, I did.
- 778. This why we pay taxes?
To be bombed by our own Air Force?
- 779. - Damn right.
- Hey, Kelly. Kelly.
- 780. What do we do now?
- 781. Pick up our equipment and get out of here
before a German patrol comes along.
- 782. Oh, that's great.
- 783. Let's move all that stuff
up to the wall, on the double.
- 784. - Everybody all right?
- I think so.
- 785. - What happened, Joe?
- What happened?
- 786. - Where the hell have you been?
- I had to go.
- 787. We all have to go.
- 788. Come on. We've got 20 miles to walk
and nine hours to walk it in, so move it out.
- 789. Big Joe? Do I gotta carry
all this equipment...
- 790. this satchel charge
and this.30 caliber machine gun, too?
- 791. Give the.30 caliber to the Hustler.
- 792. He wants to be a hero.
- 793. Here you are, old buddy. Ha-ha-ha.
- 794. Thanks. Get yourself a bucket of grits.
- 795. All right, corporal, let's go.
Move them out. Move it out, Penn.
- 796. - Yeah, yeah, move them out.
- It's a long way.
- 797. All right, thank you. Move it out.
- 798. Kelly, get on the point.
- 799. How come you got me elected
to carry this?
- 800. You wanted in on this?
Then learn to carry your own load.
- 801. Come on, move it out.
- 802. Yeah, up yours.
- 803. Take it easy, take it easy.
Take it easy. Okay, hold it. Hold it.
- 804. Looks like we've got
a military installation up ahead.
- 805. So make it the same deal as before.
We'll go into a triangular formation.
- 806. I'll go down the slot.
Moe, you go down the right flank.
- 807. Whiskey, down the left. Keep it tight.
- 808. Don't break it up until I give you the word.
Okay, button up and let's go.
- 809. The flowers are blooming
It's a beautiful day
- 810. There's a girl with a heart
- 811. As big as the sky
- 812. She's sunshine
And I know why
- 813. Fire.
- 814. All for the love of sunshine
- 815. All for the love of sunshine
- 816. Fire.
- 817. Whoa!
- 818. Hit it.
- 819. All right, lay four rounds in there heavy.
- 820. Come on, move it. Fire.
- 821. Hit it.
- 822. Fire.
- 823. Fire.
- 824. Bring him around hard.
- 825. Hit it.
- 826. Fire.
- 827. Every time I go to town
A boy started kickin' my dog around
- 828. It makes no difference if he is a hound
You better stop kickin' my dog around
- 829. Go on, Blue
- 830. You good dog, you
- 831. All right, Petuko.
- 832. Move them out, corporal.
- 833. Let's go, Babra.
- 834. Wake up, Gutkowski. Let's go.
- 835. Let's go, Kelly.
- 836. All right, Hustler, let's go.
- 837. Hey, Kelly.
- 838. This was your idea. How come
we don't go back to our own lines'?
- 839. It's further back to ours
than it is to where we're going.
- 840. I know what, let's surrender. I'm hungry.
- 841. Come on.
- 842. All right. I buy it.
- 843. I'll make it $50
if you carry the machine gun, huh?
- 844. You got it on you?
- 845. - Don't you trust me?
- No, I don't.
- 846. What do you think I am, a vault?
You think I carry money?
- 847. I ask you a favor
and you don't want to help me?
- 848. All I asked you is to carry
the machine gun. I'll give you $100.
- 849. Do you have it?
No, I don't have it on me.
- 850. Shut up.
- 851. Ah, you guys keep quiet.
- 852. It's still up.
- 853. No, it ain't.
- 854. You see what sending out
them negative waves did, Moriarty?
- 855. That ain't my fault, Oddball.
- 856. I've done nothing but have good thoughts
about that bridge ever since we left.
- 857. What happens now?
- 858. It looks like we're gonna find ourselves
- 859. Where are we gonna come up
with another bridge?
- 860. There you go, more negative waves.
Have a little faith, baby.
- 861. Have a little faith.
- 862. Now go on, get down into your hole.
- 863. Move out.
- 864. 42nd Engineers. Bridging Unit.
Corporal Roamer speaking.
- 865. Hey, Sarge. It's Oddball.
- 866. All right, watch my outfit.
- 867. Yeah.
- 868. Woof, woof. Woof, woof.
- 869. Don't try to be funny, Oddball.
What do you want?
- 870. I'm telephoning you from a café
about 10 miles south of Mesurier.
- 871. I wondered if you could do me a favor.
- 872. Mesurier?
- 873. I got a map here someplace that says we
haven't even captured that place already.
- 874. Yeah, so I heard.
Everybody seems very friendly.
- 875. Look, baby, I'm kind of hung up.
I need about 60 feet of bridge.
- 876. How am I supposed to get 60 feet of
bridge 10 miles behind the German lines?
- 877. I'm about to put you onto something good
and you are giving me your problems.
- 878. This sector's so screwed, nobody knows
where the German lines or our lines are.
- 879. I got through with no problem.
- 880. I've got a bank back here with 16 million
waiting to be picked up. Are you in?
- 881. Listen, they haven't got you back
in the nut ward again, have they?
- 882. Bellamy. For crying out loud.
- 883. That is the lousiest, stinking,
most awful, stupid joke.
- 884. You're always pulling
that stinking, awful, stupid joke.
- 885. You don't want in this thing, don't get in.
I cut you out of everything.
- 886. I don't need you, 60 feet of bridge,
I can pick up almost anywhere. Schmuck.
- 887. All right, all right, all right.
- 888. Look, with three tanks, it's easy.
With a 60-foot bridge it's something else.
- 889. I need support units, Oddball.
I need at least 100 guys.
- 890. Where do I find 100 men, just like that?
- 891. Eighteen miles to...
- 892. Jerks.
- 893. I couldn't have blown 13, 18, 14,
switch the other guys. Aah.
- 894. - Joe.
- Shut up.
- 895. We've walked into a minefield.
- 896. - All right, who bought it?
- It's Grace.
- 897. Joe.
- 898. There's a road right up here
at the edge of the field.
- 899. You mark that spot
and you head for the road.
- 900. Everybody.
- 901. Take out your bayonets...
- 902. and move towards Kelly.
- 903. Corporal.
- 904. Move the men down slowly.
- 905. - Mitchell?
- 906. You pick up Grace's B.A.R.
and head this way.
- 907. Jonesey, for Christ's sake, stand still.
- 908. Corporal?
- 909. Go see if Grace is still alive.
Jonesey, will you get the hell down?
- 910. - Looks all right up here.
- 911. All right, you guys,
keep it moving. Stay careful.
- 912. Hey, hey, hey.
- 913. Hey, I found one.
- 914. What kind is it?
- 915. The kind that blows up.
How the hell do I know what kind it is?
- 916. Mark the spot and keep moving, Hustler.
- 917. I'll mark it.
- 918. Gutkowski, get down there
on that bend and keep an eye out.
- 919. Okay, bring the B.A.R.
- 920. Penn, get that.30 caliber set up
the other side of the wall.
- 921. Right.
- 922. I could've been in the States
playing Ping-Pong, volleyball...
- 923. plenty of broads.
- 924. Who the hell needs all this?
- 925. I'm gonna get my knife
and get the hell out of here.
- 926. Damn lousy equipment.
- 927. Now I got to lift up this cannon.
- 928. Carry it all the way
to the front line someplace.
- 929. The damn thing is heavier
than Kelsey's burgers.
- 930. Sure, I'll get a rupture yet
with this damn thing.
- 931. Move it now.
- 932. On the double, across the road.
- 933. Go ahead, Babra,
stay on Kelly's path all the way.
- 934. On the double.
- 935. Come on, Hustler. Move it.
It's all safe for you, now.
- 936. "Move it." I hope you have
to take the gas pipe. You creep.
- 937. - Stay on Kelly's path the whole way.
- Go to hell.
- 938. Let's go, Cowboy. Move it.
- 939. Come on, Willard. Let's mount up, boy.
- 940. Anything we can do for you, corporal?
- 941. No, thanks, Cowboy. We're all right.
- 942. - Come on, Willard. Hit it.
- I'm ready.
- 943. Hey. Hey, Kelly.
- 944. How did we get talked into this mess?
- 945. It took 10 seconds to talk you into this.
- 946. But we were supposed to ride, not walk.
Nobody said anything about mines...
- 947. or schlepping this machine gun
all over the country.
- 948. Quit your bitching and just remember
what's at the end of the line.
- 949. Kelly. Kelly.
- 950. Joe, there's a patrol coming in.
- 951. All right, Kelly, spread them out
across the road.
- 952. Move it. Your crabs will leave you now.
- 953. Get that gun set up
on the other side of the wall.
- 954. Move.
- 955. Move it, Petuko, move it.
- 956. - Don't forget about the broads.
- You horny bastard.
- 957. Sergeant? Get the hell out of there.
- 958. Corporal. You'll never make it.
We'll cover you from the road.
- 959. - Don't move unless they spot you.
- Right. Go on.
- 960. Set up the B.A.R. there, Mitchell.
- 961. All right, stay down, load up.
Stay down, load up.
- 962. Stay down. Stay down, hold your fire.
- 963. Fisher. Grenades.
- 964. - Let's get out of here. Let's go back.
- Take it easy.
- 965. It's too late, now.
We're better off here, anyway.
- 966. Get your head down.
- 967. Nice and easy.
- 968. Stay down.
- 969. All right. Get ready.
- 970. Hold it.
- 971. Fire.
- 972. Let's go.
- 973. - Jam.
- Clear it.
- 974. Let's move it out.
- 975. All right, you heard me.
I said, move it out.
- 976. Maybe they're only wounded.
- 977. They're dead, so forget it. Let's move.
- 978. Hey.
- 979. Hey.
- 980. There's a whole column
of Shermans coming over the hill.
- 981. Go get your packs.
Pick up your equipment.
- 982. Go on down and load up.
- 983. Ready.
- 984. Fire.
- 985. I thought you said three Shermans.
- 986. Those nuts have brought half the Army
- 987. Okay, keep a move on.
Let's keep on coming.
- 988. Come on. Okay, move on out.
- 989. Are you ready for this?
- 990. Split how many ways, stupid?
- 991. Come on, Willard.
- 992. What is this, huh? What is this,
a ball game? Who are these guys?
- 993. They're my friends, Crapgame.
- 994. Friends? Where'd you find them?
- 995. Here and there.
- 996. - There's a bunch of refugees over there.
- It's a band.
- 997. A band? What do we need a band for?
- 998. Have a little faith, Crapgame.
They're beautiful people.
- 999. Kid, pull yourself together.
We ain't in the middle of Central Park.
- 1000. Oddball.
- 1001. How do you figure on moving through
enemy terrain with a column a mile long?
- 1002. Easy. We can fight. We got an army.
- 1003. Those freaks? That ain't an army,
it's a circus.
- 1004. Take it easy, Big Joe.
- 1005. Some of these people
have got sensitive feelings.
- 1006. - Who's the guy in charge?
- I am.
- 1007. What's the deal with the gold?
- 1008. Any man who gets to the town
and hits the bank, gets an equal share.
- 1009. But don't try to cross us.
There's gonna be trouble.
- 1010. - Who's going to make it, boy?
- I am.
- 1011. - Well, get out and start it.
- Take it easy, big mouth.
- 1012. You get out of here.
Everybody else up on the tanks.
- 1013. - Come on, let's move out.
- Don't double-cross us.
- 1014. - Any double-crossing will be your fat lip.
- Get moving.
- 1015. Shut up.
- 1016. Everybody up on that tank. Let's go.
- 1017. Kelly, we're not going
with those cowboys, are we?
- 1018. We got $16 million up for grabs and we're
not gonna let those clods beat us to it.
- 1019. - Now, let's get moving.
- Yeah, yeah.
- 1020. I say, Booker? Booker.
- 1021. Yes, sir?
- 1022. The old man was just on the line.
- 1023. He says I've broken through
a long and entire front.
- 1024. Why wasn't I told?
- 1025. I don't know, sir.
- 1026. You're the communications officer,
- 1027. You're supposed to be able
- 1028. Who's broken through
and how far have they gone?
- 1029. Well, no one has, sir.
- 1030. It seems someone's found a hole
in the right flank.
- 1031. They're trying to push elements
of the 321st and the 35th into it.
- 1032. "Seems," Booker?
"Elements of the 321st and 35th"?
- 1033. Who's pushing them in there,
and where the hell are they?
- 1034. I don't know, sir.
- 1035. I'm coming down there, Booker.
- 1036. What's the sense of a communications
officer who can't communicate?
- 1037. Communication? He's more
like a damn military censor.
- 1038. I'm back from Paris.
I got everything you wanted.
- 1039. All I want is to know
whether we have broken through or not.
- 1040. It's hard to say for certain, sir.
Nothing's been confirmed yet.
- 1041. We've intercepted some signals...
- 1042. that suggest some kind of action
at a bridge near Clermont.
- 1043. - Is that Clermont, Booker?
- Yes, sir.
- 1044. Then why in the hell didn't you say so?
- 1045. That's 30 miles beyond their lines.
You got them on the radio?
- 1046. Yes, sir, but it's hard to pick them up
- 1047. this time in the morning.
Something to do with the ionosphere.
- 1048. Get the ionosphere the hell off the air
and get them on.
- 1049. Get out of there.
Do something else. Let me in.
- 1050. - What's the frequency?
- 300 KC, sir.
- 1051. You're not gonna find them easy
- 1052. - They're using some kind of code.
- What kind of code?
- 1053. Words like "bank heist, crapgame, big joe,
little joe, oddball—"
- 1054. Hey, can
anybody get rid of that machine gun for me?
- 1055. - There, yes, sir, there. That's it, that's them.
- 1056. There. Right on 300, sir. Right there.
- 1057. There they are, sir. Those are the signals
we've been picking up.
- 1058. Shut up and let me listen
to what they're saying?
- 1059. Put Kelly on. Over.
- 1060. Oddball, this is Kelly.
- 1061. Hey, Kelly, what the hell's
going on out there, man?
- 1062. It's cleared of infantry. What do
you hear from those other two tanks? Over.
- 1063. No chance, man. They've both had it.
One's in the river, the other's burning.
- 1064. Yeah, I can see them from here. Over.
- 1065. Where's Big Joe?
- 1066. Over on the other side. Get off
the line, I'll get in touch with him.
- 1067. Fire. Okay. Over and out.
- 1068. Kelly to Big Joe. Kelly to Big Joe. Over.
- 1069. Kelly, it's Crapgame.
What's happening there? Over.
- 1070. They're dropping artillery
all over the place. That's what's happening.
- 1071. Where's Big Joe? Over.
- 1072. He's not here. He's pinned down
under the bridge. Over.
- 1073. - Well, get him for me. Over.
- 1074. Damn. Are we losing them?
We just had them good a minute ago.
- 1075. I'm doing it, Booker.
- 1076. Quiet.
- 1077. What do you want me to do with this?
- 1078. Get the hell out of here.
We've got the game on.
- 1079. Kelly, this is Big Joe.
- 1080. It's pretty clear over here,
except for the artillery.
- 1081. The bridge is too far gone to get vehicles
across. You can bring the men over by foot.
- 1082. Get them moving. Over.
- 1083. Okay, I'll send them over
in twos and threes. Out.
- 1084. Petuko, Willard, drop your packs
and take the equipment across the bridge.
- 1085. Kelly, what did Big Joe say?
- 1086. Says he's sending them across.
- 1087. Tell him to hurry up.
It's getting hotter than hell here.
- 1088. - What's going on?
- We're crossing over.
- 1089. - You're not crossing over without us.
- Then grab your trucks and come on up.
- 1090. - That bridge is too badly damaged to hold.
- You want to come, fix it.
- 1091. Half my equipment's jammed up
in the rear.
- 1092. Un-jam them. We've lost two tanks already.
I'm not sticking around to lose a third.
- 1093. Listen, we made a deal.
- 1094. Not with me, you didn't. Here. You talk
to Kelly. Cowboy, stay with the truck.
- 1095. - Right.
- 1096. This is Bellamy for Kelly. Kelly?
- 1097. We can't use the bridge.
We can't ford the river. The bed's too soft.
- 1098. - So what do we do?
- Go, team, go. Go.
- 1099. You've got bridging equipment. Over.
- 1100. That's a five-hour operation.
Can you hold on for five hours? Over.
- 1101. No, no. Move. On, on. Move.
- 1102. Bellamy, we're not gonna hold on
for five minutes. You can catch up.
- 1103. Kelly, we're all in this together.
You can't go it alone. Over.
- 1104. We're not gonna wait five hours, either.
If you can't keep up, that's your problem.
- 1105. Now, we're pulling out
and we're pushing forward. Over.
- 1106. Attack. Attack. Attack.
- 1107. That's the fighting spirit
I was talking about. Listen to that guy.
- 1108. - If he was a major, he's a colonel now.
- 1109. This is a Grave Diggers Registration
Unit. We got a stake in this advance, too.
- 1110. Did you ever hear enthusiasm
like that in all your life?
- 1111. They've even got the damn Grave Diggers.
What the hell am I doing here?
- 1112. Bonsor. Get me my uniform.
- 1113. Get on!
Wonder where Cowboy is?
- 1114. Give me that gun.
- 1115. Break up that radio.
- 1116. Faster, faster.
- 1117. Hurry up, you guys,
we haven't got much time.
- 1118. Get up.
- 1119. Crapgame, do you like the Army'?
- 1120. Let's go. Let's get out of here.
- 1121. All right, let's move them out.
- 1122. - This is it, Penn. We're on our way, baby.
- Cowboy, come on. Hurry up.
- 1123. Here we go.
- 1124. Come on, Cowboy.
This train's leaving, boy.
- 1125. Somebody grab that radio.
- 1126. There you go. Come on, up, up.
- 1127. Attaboy, come on.
- 1128. That's it.
- 1129. Booker, tell General Castle
that I want every man in this Army...
- 1130. - ... on the road within the hour.
- Yes, sir.
- 1131. I'm pushing on to the Rhine.
- 1132. But, sir, Clermont's 30 miles
behind enemy lines.
- 1133. That you, Maitland?
- 1134. Just back from Paris, sir.
- 1135. Get my vehicle and driver around here.
- 1136. Bonsor, you get my box of medals.
- 1137. I'm gonna decorate every man in this
penetration, whoever they are.
- 1138. They saved the reputation
of this entire Army.
- 1139. You're supposed to fight this battle.
You don't even know where it is.
- 1140. I'll tell you where it is. It's 30 miles
beyond where you thought it was, Booker.
- 1141. Come on, now, let's get this Army of mine
back in the war.
- 1142. Will you send that?
- 1143. Think you ought to wait,
let the Army get there?
- 1144. History waits for no man. I've got an
appointment with destiny in Clermont.
- 1145. Take this weapon, Maitland.
- 1146. All right, boy. Make this thing fly.
- 1147. - General, your medals.
- Good luck, sir.
- 1148. Kelly?
- 1149. Kelly, we're in the bell tower
of the church.
- 1150. You can see the whole town
from up here, almost.
- 1151. There's not much happening.
I think they're still asleep.
- 1152. There's three Tigers
in the square right down below us.
- 1153. Do you see anything
that looks like it might be a bank?
- 1154. Yeah, it's got to be this building
here to the right of us.
- 1155. Can you see it from where you are?
- 1156. They've got two machine guns
and guards on the roof.
- 1157. I don't think I can see much
of the center of town from up here.
- 1158. No, just a lot of rooftops
and bombed-out buildings.
- 1159. Beside the tanks, can you see anything
that might house support units?
- 1160. There's a big brown building
right behind the bank with a jeep...
- 1161. and two guards and about three trucks.
- 1162. Hold it.
- 1163. There's a German officer walking around
the bank towards the brown building.
- 1164. Well, what do you think?
- 1165. We shouldn't have trouble
unless it's with the Tigers.
- 1166. We can take the machine gunners
on the roof from here.
- 1167. If you can keep them guys busy
for a while.
- 1168. Or maybe we can go down
and get a closer look.
- 1169. No, stay there. Keep an eye out.
- 1170. See if you can find out
where those troops are housed.
- 1171. Right.
- 1172. What do you think, Oddball?
- 1173. It's a wasted trip. Nobody said
nothing about locking horns with Tigers.
- 1174. Look. You just keep those Tigers busy,
and we'll take care of the rest.
- 1175. Ha, ha. The only way I got to keep the Tigers
busy is to let them shoot holes in me.
- 1176. We just want you to keep them interested
for a while, that's all.
- 1177. Man. You guys are crazy.
- 1178. When we was in the bocage country,
we was assaulted by them Tigers.
- 1179. You know what I mean by "assaulted"?
Well, I mean assaulted.
- 1180. Why don't you knock it off
with them negative waves?
- 1181. Why don't you dig
how beautiful it is out here?
- 1182. Why don't you say something righteous
and hopeful for a change?
- 1183. Crap.
- 1184. All right, so it's a beautiful day.
Now, let's get down to cases.
- 1185. The Tiger is an open-country tank.
- 1186. We happen to have these in a small town
with narrow streets.
- 1187. - And we do have the element of surprise.
- 1188. Look, Kelly, a Tiger has
only one weak point. That's its ass.
- 1189. You gotta hit it point blank
and you've gotta hit it from behind.
- 1190. We do not have
the element of surprise.
- 1191. They'll hear our Detroit motors
long before we even get inside that town.
- 1192. What if I show you a way to get
into that town so they don't hear you?
- 1193. Hey, Oddball?
- 1194. This is your hour of glory,
and you're chickening out.
- 1195. To a New Yorker like you,
a hero is some type of weird sandwich.
- 1196. Not some nut who takes on three Tigers.
- 1197. Nobody's asking you to be a hero.
- 1198. Then you sit up in that turret, baby.
- 1199. No. Because you're gonna be up there,
- 1200. And I'll be right outside
showing you which way to go.
- 1201. - Yeah?
- 1202. Crazy. I mean, like, so many positive waves,
maybe we can't lose. You're on.
- 1203. - You guys got anything?
- No, not much.
- 1204. They just keep coming and going
from the brown building behind the bank.
- 1205. - Cowboy?
- 1206. In 20 minutes, start ringing that bell.
- 1207. And keep ringing it
as long as you can. Got it?
- 1208. Right, Kelly.
- 1209. Five minutes after that bell starts,
you get the guards on top of the bank.
- 1210. Okay, Kelly.
- 1211. All right, let's move out.
- 1212. Kelly?
- 1213. Kelly. Kelly.
- 1214. - Hold it.
- Hold it.
- 1215. Cowboy?
- 1216. Yeah, Kelly, where in the heck are you,
- 1217. We're just outside of town.
How's it look up there?
- 1218. Well, it doesn't look too good from here.
- 1219. They've got all those Tigers fired up
- 1220. Looks like they're getting ready
for some heavy-duty action.
- 1221. I think we ought to pull out of here, pal.
- 1222. No, stay right there. What do you think?
- 1223. That's just routine.
- 1224. The Tigers turn their engines over
for, like, 20 minutes every three, four hours.
- 1225. Just routine, Cowboy. You stay put.
- 1226. Routine?
- 1227. Boy, I sure hope you're right, Kelly.
- 1228. Our asses are gonna be hanging out
up here if you ain't. I'm not kidding.
- 1229. Nothing's gonna be hanging out.
Now, just relax. Out.
- 1230. - Sure you're right about those Tigers?
- Sure, I'm right.
- 1231. If those engines are turning over,
we can sneak right up the edge of town.
- 1232. - Nobody would hear us. Right?
- 1233. Shall I move out?
- 1234. Good man.
- 1235. Move out.
- 1236. Babra.
- 1237. Shh.
- 1238. Psst.
- 1239. All right.
- 1240. Shh.
- 1241. Come on.
- 1242. - Hold it.
- Whoa, whoa.
- 1243. Stay here, until I signal you.
- 1244. I'm mounting up, partner.
- 1245. Now, don't you get lonely up here
without me, now, you hear?
- 1246. All right, let's go.
Switch it on and move it out.
- 1247. - Hold it.
- Hold it.
- 1248. Give me that hand radio.
- 1249. Gutkowski? Gutkow—
- 1250. The bell's making so damn much noise,
he can't hear.
- 1251. I thought that was what you wanted.
- 1252. So the Germans can't hear us.
Now, move them out. Slow.
- 1253. Move out. Slow.
- 1254. Now.
- 1255. Hold it. Hold it.
- 1256. Hold it.
- 1257. It's a Mark 6. And we got it by the ass.
- 1258. Fire.
- 1259. Aah!
- 1260. Stay down.
- 1261. All right, move out.
- 1262. Let's go.
- 1263. All right, get out of here.
- 1264. Moving out.
- 1265. Crapgame?
- 1266. Yeah.
- 1267. Over there.
- 1268. Come on, you idiot.
- 1269. Hey. Hey, you jerk. Hey.
- 1270. Hey, will you knock it off
with those cockamamie bells?
- 1271. Kelly told me to ring them.
- 1272. I know he told you, but they know
we're here already. So, knock it off.
- 1273. God Almighty. Whoo. Phew.
- 1274. You guys smell like you fell
into a dung heap.
- 1275. It kind of makes you homesick, don't it?
- 1276. - It does kind of, don't it, old buddy?
- Yeah. Heh.
- 1277. Pull it.
- 1278. - Let's go.
- All right, move out.
- 1279. All right, ready to turn right.
- 1280. Turn.
- 1281. Now, hold it.
- 1282. Fire.
- 1283. - Wow.
- That's paint.
- 1284. Load up.
- 1285. Okay? Fire.
- 1286. Hey.
- 1287. We need explosives to get these open.
This place is built like Fort Knox.
- 1288. Cowboy, check around and see
if there's a back door.
- 1289. Can you see anything?
- 1290. There's a big lump
in the middle of the floor.
- 1291. There's a Tiger coming down the street.
- 1292. Cowboy. Cowboy, come here.
- 1293. Get ahold of his arm.
Take it easy, boy.
- 1294. Easy, easy does it.
- 1295. Don't tell me to take it easy.
You take it easy.
- 1296. Hi, man.
- 1297. What are you doing?
- 1298. I'm drinking wine and eating cheese,
and catching some rays. You know?
- 1299. What's happening?
- 1300. The tank's broken
and they're trying to fix it.
- 1301. Why aren't you helping them?
- 1302. Oh, man.
- 1303. I only ride them,
I don't know what makes them work.
- 1304. Oh, creeps.
- 1305. Definitely an anti-social type.
- 1306. Arf, arf, arf, arf!
- 1307. That's my other dog imitation. Mm-hm.
- 1308. - Where did he get it?
- Well, he got it right here in the leg.
- 1309. - Anything else?
- What do you mean?
- 1310. Ain't that enough for you?
- 1311. - How do you feel, Hustler?
- 1312. Since when did you give a damn
how I felt?
- 1313. Okay, wise guy, forget it.
- 1314. Hey, Joe.
- 1315. - Yeah?
- Come here.
- 1316. What do you want?
- 1317. How are things going with the bank?
- 1318. Nothing.
- 1319. The Sherman's broken down and nobody's
gonna move that Tiger out of the square.
- 1320. - Then make a deal.
- What kind of a deal?
- 1321. A "deal" deal.
- 1322. Maybe the guy's a Republican.
- 1323. Business is business.
- 1324. Right?
- 1325. Okay, big mouth.
- 1326. Come on, Jonesey.
Get it going. Let's go. Get it going.
- 1327. Come on, let's go. Get in there.
- 1328. Come on, let's go. Roll it in there.
- 1329. Bellamy, come on.
We're almost finished.
- 1330. - What?
- It's ready.
- 1331. Right. Okay, let's go.
Let's move it out here.
- 1332. Come on, bring them around.
- 1333. Ten-hut!
- 1334. Where are you from, sergeant?
- 1335. Jersey City.
- 1336. Stand up straight
when the general speaks to you.
- 1337. Don't you feel bad about it.
- 1338. You're a hell of a soldier,
and I just want to shake your hand.
- 1339. All America's real proud of you today.
- 1340. All right, come on.
- 1341. I got a medal here in the jeep for you.
- 1342. A medal?
- 1343. 16 million bucks, shot.
- 1344. It's shot, Kelly.
- 1345. Maybe we can use the fuel pump
from that Tiger.
- 1346. No, it won't work on this motor.
- 1347. Mechanical genius.
- 1348. Oddball, I can't make it work without
the parts no matter how positive I think.
- 1349. This guy in the Tiger, the least we could
do is get him on the radio and talk to him.
- 1350. Are you crazy?
That guy's gotta be a full fanatic freak.
- 1351. Otherwise he would've split
20 minutes ago.
- 1352. Hey, all this guy is doing
is guarding the bank like he was told.
- 1353. Yeah, maybe.
- 1354. But I wonder if he knows what's in it.
- 1355. - Cigarette?
- No smoke.
- 1356. The fuel system is rotten.
We have gasoline all over the place.
- 1357. It's all right.
- 1358. Hey, look, uh, Max...
- 1359. you and us, we're just soldiers, right?
- 1360. We don't even know
what this war's all about.
- 1361. All we do is we fight and we die.
And for what?
- 1362. We don't get anything out of it.
- 1363. In about a half an hour, the American
Army's gonna be coming down that road.
- 1364. Why don't you do yourself a big fat favor
and get the hell out of here?
- 1365. I have orders.
- 1366. This bank isn't to fall into the hands
of the American Army.
- 1367. This bank's not gonna fall in the hands
of the American Army.
- 1368. It's gonna fall in our hands.
- 1369. You see, we're just
a private enterprise operation.
- 1370. You the American Army.
- 1371. No, baby, we ain't.
- 1372. You know what's inside that bank, man?
- 1373. There's $16 million worth of gold
in that bank, sweetheart.
- 1374. Mm-hm. Mm-hm-hm-hm.
- 1375. That's about 65 million marks.
- 1376. And, sergeant...
- 1377. all you have to do to have an equal share
of this money...
- 1378. is crank this turret around
and blow a hole in that door.
- 1379. Whoo.
- 1380. Woof, woof, woof!
- 1381. Wow.
- 1382. Woof, woof! Woof!
- 1383. I told you.
- 1384. Wow.
- 1385. No more payments.
- 1386. You got it. Hit it. Ha-ha-ha.
- 1387. Come on, Little Joe.
- 1388. What are you going to do with yours?
- 1389. Get me a new Hudson
with an electric shift.
- 1390. I'm going to get me a ranch in Texas,
with about 10, 20, 35 women...
- 1391. and let it go. Ha-ha-ha.
- 1392. - I told you it'd work, I told you.
- No, you never told me.
- 1393. - You never told me.
- Come on, Babra, keep it moving.
- 1394. - One Cadillac coming up, Willard.
- No, I'm getting a pickup truck.
- 1395. Woof, woof, woof! Woof, woof, woof!
- 1396. Okay, Crapgame, we got our cut,
I'm moving out.
- 1397. Right. Take it easy, kid.
- 1398. See you, Big Joe.
- 1399. Heh. Okay. Stay lucky, you nut.
- 1400. Mmm. See you, babe.
- 1401. These are getting heavy.
- 1402. - Buy you a lot of broads.
- I'll drink to that.
- 1403. Come on, let's go. Move it out.
- 1404. Come on, Babra, keep it moving.
- 1405. We have small car full.
- 1406. We go now.
- 1407. Yeah. You take care of yourself now, huh?
- 1408. Thank you.
- 1409. Come on, we gotta get out of here.
- 1410. Cowboy, come on.
- 1411. Move it.
I got it, let's go.
- 1412. Hold.
- 1413. Eh? See? What did I tell you, huh?
- 1414. Now look, Oddball. The trade
for the uniforms I can understand.
- 1415. But to buy this tank, you gotta be crazy.
- 1416. It's a mother, beautiful tank.
- 1417. It's a piece of junk.
- 1418. The fuel system leaks all over the place.
- 1419. It's a piece of junk.
- 1420. Always with the negative waves,
- 1421. Always with the negative waves.
- 1422. Crap.
- 1423. - Joe. Joe.
- 1424. The general's on the edge of town,
right this minute.
- 1425. Okay, Gutkowski.
You go help with the gold.
- 1426. - Hey. Hey, hey. Hey, Fisher?
- Yeah, what do you want?
- 1427. Listen, after splitting with Oddball and
the Germans we should have 125 boxes.
- 1428. At $8400 a box.
- 1429. That's how much?
- 1430. That's 10,500,000.
- 1431. Correct. Split 12 ways?
- 1432. 875,000 each.
- 1433. Very good, Fisher. You win a cookie.
- 1434. Thanks.
- 1435. Thank you very much.
- 1436. I just wanted you to know
that we appreciate it very much. All of us.
- 1437. And we—
The general's coming. Eisenhower.
- 1438. Eisenhower. That's right. Yeah.
- 1439. You don't understand.
De Gaulle. De Gaulle.
- 1440. De Gaulle.
- 1441. The General de Gaulle is coming.
Right now. De Gaulle.
- 1442. - De Gaulle. De Gaulle.
- De Gaulle.
- 1443. - De Gaulle.
- De Gaulle.
- 1444. De Gaulle.
- 1445. All right, keep it moving.
- 1446. Kelly, come on, Kelly, move it.
The cavalry's coming down the road.
- 1447. Give us a hand.
- 1448. - What are they saying, Maitland?
- They seem to think you're de Gaulle.
- 1449. De Gaulle? He ain't even in this war.
- 1450. Hey!
- 1451. Victory.
- 1452. - Ha-ha-ha. Cowboy, we did it.
- We got it. We did it.
- 1453. We did it.