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Just after the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln asks two former enemies--a Union officer and a former Confederate--to drive a herd of cattle from Texas to Kansas, to help feed civilians.
Robert Aldrich's film of The Dirty Dozen (1967) had been one of MGM's last certifiable hits, earning $45. 3 million against a $5. 4 million budget. But studios back then weren't thinking in terms of channeling successful movies into ongoing franchises, and no immediate sequels followed. A full eighteen years later, stars Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, and Richard Jaeckel were brought back for a high-profile TV-movie, The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission. Next Mission was included (and in high-def, no less) as an extra feature on the HD DVD and Blu-ray of The Dirty Dozen. Two more made-for-TV sequels followed, The Dirty Dozen: The Deadly Mission (1987) and The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission (1988). Borgnine was back, playing the same character in all four films, while Telly Savalas took over Marvin's old part. Savalas had played one of the original dozen, the memorably psychotic Maggot. Both are included on Olive Film's new double feature Blu-ray. Having been greatly disappointed by Next Mission when it first aired, this reviewer was expecting the worst. But, in fact, they're actually not too terrible, exemplifying the very last gasps of the old-fashioned postwar World War II movie, a genre that had peaked in the 1960s with movies like The Longest Day (1962) and Battle of the Bulge (1965).... John Reisman in the movie and first TV-movie sequel, while Savalas plays a character named Maj. Worden (Borgnine) orders up a new dozen, Wright complains that he's already gone out twice before, and that precious few of those "Dozens" ever came back. Marvin was still living when Deadly Mission aired (though he died soon after). In any case, the mission this time involves infiltrating a French monastery where a deadly nerve gas is being produced, readied for dispersion over Britain via V-2 rockets. Unlike the two other Dirty Dozen sequels, Deadly Mission 's first half is a veritable clone of the original movie. The dozen includes several characters similar to those in the original film, and in both the Major treats his men to prostitutes he's hired out of sympathy and despite regulations. the others, fearing reprisals, work together to stop him as the major, unobserved, looks on. (A nearly identical scene crops up in Fatal Mission , too. Source: www.dvdtalk.com
A full eighteen years later, stars Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, and Richard Jaeckel were brought back for a high-profile TV-movie, The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission. It received mostly bad reviews, but the ratings were good. Moreover, it seems to have done
"I can think of nothing that would do more damage to our nation's prosperity [than Audit the Fed]," Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, said in a speech Wednesday. What kind of audit? The Fed is already audited by both the
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Don't you dare kill Richard Jaeckel. #TrashTue 04/15/15, @echidnabot
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Richard Jaeckel, Actor: The Dirty Dozen. Stocky tough-guy character actor Richard Jaeckel remains one of Hollywood's most prolific supporting stars. Born in Long ...
Richard Hanley Jaeckel (October 10, 1926 – June 14, 1997) was an American actor of film and television Jaeckel became a highly respected and in-demand character ...
Stocky tough-guy character actor Richard Jaeckel remains one of Hollywood's most prolific supporting stars. Born in Long Island, New York, on October 10, 1926 ...
Richard Jaeckel. AKA Richard Hanley Jaeckel. Born: 10-Oct-1926 Birthplace: Long Beach, NY Died: 14-Jun-1997 Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA Cause of death ...