A group of convicted murders trained for a mass assassination mission, starring Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson and Donald Sutherland.
A down and out Major is offered a chance at redemption, assigned to lead a suicide mission into German occupied France, and halting a summit of the Nazis’ top brass.
The only men willing to undertake the mission is a squad of rejects, killrs, prisoners and psycopaths. They must be trained and reshaped into the best of the best, if they succeed they earn a full pardons for their misdeeds.
Controversial at its time of release, THE DIRTY DOZEN is an unrelentingly honest depiction of the realities of war, the humanity and humour makes this film the best of the best.
- Date: Fri, 5th Jul 2013
- Year: 1967
- Director: Robert Aldrich
- Running time: 150