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Kelly's Heroes/Where Eagles Dare Double Pack [1970] (Blu-ray) £6.99 @ Warner Bros Shop

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Double bill of action adventures set during World War Two, directed by Brian G. Hutton and starring Clint Eastwood.

In 'Kelly's Heroes' (1970), a group of soldiers led by Kelly (Eastwood) capture a German general in occupied France. He reveals the location of a bank housing 14,000 bars of Nazi gold, which Kelly and his men set out to steal. The only problem is that the bank lies 30 miles behind enemy lines.

Rating: PG
Genre: War
Director: Brian G. Hutton
Producer: Sidney Beckerman, Gabriel Katzka, Harold Loeb
Writer: Troy Kennedy-Martin
Stars: Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Don Rickles
Release Date: Jun 23, 1970 Original
Runtime: 2h 25m
Distributor: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
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In 'Where Eagles Dare' (1968) seven Allied agents are selected to rescue an American general from the impenetrable German fortress Schloss Adler. In charge of the team is British Major Smith (Richard Burton), with American Lieutenant Schaffer (Eastwood) as second in command. Parachuting into the enemy territory in German uniforms, the squad discover one of their number dead on arrival and Smith suspects that he may have a traitor amongst his unit.



Rating: PG
Genre: Adventure, War, Action
Director: Brian G. Hutton
Producer: Elliott Kastner
Writer: Alistair MacLean
Stars: Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood, Mary Ure
Release Date: January 4, 1970
Runtime: 2h 38m
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    Fantastic films, they don't make them like this anymore!
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    Kelly's heros one of my favourite films. Must of watched it a hundred times.
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    Broadsword calling Danny Boy
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    philrrobinson27/04/2022 15:26

    Kelly's heros one of my favourite films. Must of watched it a hundred …Kelly's heros one of my favourite films. Must of watched it a hundred times.


    Was going to mention the difference between "of" and "have", but didn't want to hit you with them negative waves.
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    Kelly's Heroes is one of my favourites, there's so many great actors and performances. It's on frequently on Freeview ITV (weekends usually) but I also have recorded it on my set top box, and can (and do!) watch whenever I'm in the mood for a good action movie!

    As a side note: Carroll O'Connor's role as the slightly unhinged Major General Colt was superb, he would have been an absolutely brilliant Donald Trump! (edited)
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    these two and Dirty Dozen and Wild Geese and you're sorted for classic war.
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    Kelly's Heroes is an absolute classic.

    "I'm drinking wine, eating cheese, and catching some rays you know."
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    philrrobinson27/04/2022 15:26

    Kelly's heros one of my favourite films. Must of watched it a hundred …Kelly's heros one of my favourite films. Must of watched it a hundred times.


    Eastwood, Savalas and Sutherland are brilliant in it.
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    Oddball?! He's a nut!

    Woof woof woof!
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    Broadsword calling Oddball!

    Two great films, and anyone downvoting just has too many of "those negative waves!"
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    I remember saving up loads of m&m wrappers to get this on VHS, along with dirty dozen and couple of others.
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    2 of my favourites also. If you've not seen either of these. What is wrong with you, watch them asap. They are absolutely top notch. So many good lines and scenes in Kelly's heroes.

    To a new yorker like you, a hero is some kind of weird sandwich!

    I got one?
    What kind is it?
    The kind that blows up!

    Where eagles dare is also a brilliant film. Burton is great. It has it all, drama, thrills, suspense and action.

    Smith !
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    yeah another vote for kellys heroes as possibly my favourite film....though it seems to be on one of the itv channels nearly every week

    ...anyway i should'nt hit anyone with negative waves man
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    Well I'm clearly in a minority here but I never took to Kelly's Heroes, too much like a comedy for me but always loved Where Eagles Dare.
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    Mulligan, on target and on time!
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    pfpf27/04/2022 16:20

    these two and Dirty Dozen and Wild Geese and you're sorted for classic war.


    +The Eagle has Landed .......
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    George Savalas, Telly Savalas' brother was the one running the mortar fire in Kelly's Heroes. He was also in Kojak as Stavros.
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