Inglorious Bastards

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Released 1978

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Inglorious Bastards

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Director:
Enzo G. Castellari
Released:
1978
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The Inglorious Bastards is a 1978 Italian war drama from director Enzo G. Castellari and starring Bo Svenson, Peter Hooten, Fred Williamson, Michael Pergolani, and Jackie Basehart in a story about five American soldiers on their way to a military prison during World War II who attempt to exonerate themselves by stealing an invaluable piece of German technology for the Allies. The story is set in France, and the characters are all guilty of some kind of war-time crime. These unsavory men have committed a variety of infractions, ranging from deserting their fellow men to murder. In a stroke of luck, a German air attack hits their prison transport and five of the prisoners escape. They plan to escape to neutral Switzerland, but decide to try to clear their names and help in the war taking one more mission. They must steal an advanced German gyroscope that was built to guide the highly advanced and devastating missile, the V2. In The Inglorious Bastards, five renegade soldiers fight for their freedom-or die trying.

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    spies, underdogs, period piece, childlike sense of wonder, slow dialogue