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Kelly's Heroes

Kelly's Heroes

Clint Eastwood
Director: Brian G. Hutton Cast: Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood
, Telly Savalas
Telly Savalas
, Don Rickles
Don Rickles
Brian G. Hutton

DVD (Wide Screen / Dubbed)

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Like M*A*S*H and Catch-22, both released the same year, this military comedy takes place in an earlier war but is really a thinly disguised treatise on the modern-day insanity and avariciousness then unfolding in Vietnam. Clint Eastwood stars as Kelly, a former lieutenant whose illusions about the glory of war, if he has any, are lost when he is busted in rank for following some poorly considered orders in World War II France. After capturing a friendly German officer, Kelly learns the whereabouts of millions of dollars in gold bars, earmarked to finance a military payroll. Taking advantage of a three-day liberty, Kelly assembles a motley trio of fellow soldiers to help him sneak behind enemy lines and retrieve the booty. They include Big Joe (Telly Savalas), a gruff sergeant; Crapgame (Don Rickles), a supply sergeant already enriching himself as a black marketer and con man; and the hippie-like tank commander Oddball (Donald Sutherland). Since crossing into enemy-held territory means heading in the opposite direction of the retreating Allies, Kelly and his men encounter armed resistance. Receiving word of their campaign, the vain General Colt (Carroll O'Connor) mistakes the quartet of freelancing scam artists for all-American heroes.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/01/2010
UPC: 0883929107735
Original Release: 1970
Rating: PG
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:23:00
Sales rank: 11,325

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Clint Eastwood Kelly
Telly Savalas Big Joe
Don Rickles Crap Game
Carroll O'Connor Gen. Colt
Donald Sutherland Oddball
Gavin MacLeod Moriarty
Hal Buckley Maitland
Stuart Margolin Little Joe
Jeff Morris Cowboy
Dick Davalos Gutowski
Perry Lopez Petuko
Tom Troupe Job
Harry Dean Stanton Willard
Dick Balduzzi Fisher
Gene Collins Babra
Len Lesser Bellamy
Fred Pearlman Mitchell
Michael Clark Grace
Dee Pollock Jonesy
George Savalas Mulligan
Shepherd Sanders Turk
Ross Elliott Booker
Phil Adams Tank Commanders
Hugo de Vernier French Mayor
George Fargo Penn
David Hurst Col. Dankhopf
Sandy Kevin Actor
Robert McNamara Roach
Boyd "Red" Morgan American Lieutenant
Tom Signorelli Bonsor
David Gross German Captain
Donald Waugh Roamer
Richard Clark Actor
Karl Otto Alberty German Tank Commander
John Heller German Lieutenant

Technical Credits
Brian G. Hutton Director
John Barry Production Designer
Karl Baumgertner Special Effects
Sidney Beckerman Producer
Trevor Crole-Rees Makeup
Michael Curb Songwriter
Anna Maria Fea Costumes/Costume Designer
Gabriel Figueroa Cinematographer
Mike Ford Set Decoration/Design
Michael Ford Set Decoration/Design
Alexander Gerry Consultant/advisor
Alf Joint Stunts
John Jympson Editor
Gabriel Katzka Producer
Harry Lange Art Director
Gene Lees Songwriter
Harold Loeb Producer
Troy Kennedy Martin Screenwriter
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
Cyril Swern Sound/Sound Designer
Harry W. Tetrick Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Kelly's Heroes
1. Credits on the Run [4:31]
2. Tourist Information [4:15]
3. Getting Sociable [4:27]
4. Getting Activated [7:41]
5. Propositioning... [2:21]
6. No Action [4:18]
7. Crapgame [3:09]
8. Oddball [1:51]
9. Secret Weapons [2:48]
10. Unit's Plans [4:01]
11. No Hero Types [4:47]
12. Taking the Town [5:26]
13. Negative Waves [3:29]
14. Mismatch Making [4:29]
15. Bomber's Target [3:44]
16. Workin' on Railroad [4:03]
17. A Bridge too Few [1:18]
18. The Mine Field [2:56]
19. Enemy Encounter [5:43]
20. A Circus [7:33]
21. Conversaton in Code [3:49]
22. Back in the War [4:53]
23. Hour of Glory [2:33]
24. Revving Up a Plan [4:30]
25. Slipping into Town [3:12]
26. Strategic Positions [2:56]
27. Ring That Bell [4:18]
28. Fire! [5:35]
29. Smelling Homesick [3:26]
30. Gun Shy [1:15]
31. Crapgame Hit [1:39]
32. Business is Business [2:14]
33. Showdown [2:00]
34. Golden Haul [6:03]
35. Cut and Run [2:35]
36. Heroes [4:02]
37. End Credits [2:19]

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Kelly's Heroes 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Perhaps one of the most amazing films dealing with WWII, Kelly's Heros manages to some how make a sad time in the history of man seem hilarious. While no one in Hollywood would touch the subject of Vietnam straightforward on film (with the exception of John Wayne's misguided ''The Green Berets''), Kelly's Heros obviously spoofs the war. Sutherland's portrayal of a ''way out'' tank commander is perhaps the best of his career. In contrast to the earlier films about WWII showing a self-sacrificing solidarity, Kelly's Heros embodies the spirit of the 60's ''me'' generation. Everyone is out for their share of the gold, and don't want to wait for anybody. Check out the scene where Sutherland's Oddball introduces Eastwood's Kelly to his tank. It's worth watching twice.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Clint Eastwood and director Brian G. Hutton reteam(they first worked together in Where Eagles Dare) for this zany WW2 Caper movie. Along for the ride with Clint are Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland, Don Rickles, Carroll O'Connor, Gavin MacLeod, and Stuart Margolin. The plot? Kelly (Eastwood) convinces a group of soldiers to use their 3-day pass to sneak several miles behind enemy lines in order to steal 16 million in German bullion for themselves. Enroute they experience all manner of adventures before the grand finale, which features fine action sequences and a hilarious spoof of Clint's Spaghetti Westerns. Hutton again does a masterful job of directing in this serio-comic film. The cast works well together, although if I have one complaint, it's Sutherland's hippie tank commander: he's an obvious anachronism who doesn't quite fit in.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm updating my video collection from VHS format.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the movie, a great entertainment with fine perfomances by Donald Sutherland and Clint Eastwood.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago