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Brass Target (9-Mar-1979)

Director: John Hough

Writer: Alvin Boretz

From novel: The Algonquin Project by Frederick Nolan

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ed Bishop
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John Cassavetes
9-Dec-1929 3-Feb-1989 Rosemary's Baby
Bruce Davison
28-Jun-1946   Harry and the Hendersons
Edward Herrmann
21-Jul-1943 31-Dec-2014 Richard Gilmore on Gilmore Girls
George Kennedy
18-Feb-1925 28-Feb-2016 Airport, Naked Gun
Sophia Loren
20-Sep-1934   La Ciociara
Patrick McGoohan
19-Mar-1928 13-Jan-2009 Number Six on The Prisoner
Max von Sydow
10-Apr-1929   The Exorcist
Robert Vaughn
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Review by R. McIlavy (Rich) (posted on 26-Aug-2007)

Thoroughly engrossing movie, want to find it on dvd to add to my Patton Collection. Also need to find A & E's Biography of Patton, "Patton, A genius for War" on dvd. I have these now on vhs. Today, August 26th, "War Stories" with Ollie North had an extensive program on Patton. His grand daughter, and grandsons Robert & James were part of the program. Particularly interest- ing was the parts devoted to his death. The accident was shown, as it might have happened, and it certainly looked as though the truck deliberately cut in front of Patton's Cadillac. Also, Patton was the ONLY one injured. I'm a student of history, and politics. I happen to be a member of GOP, I really wonder, Was he assassinated? IKE would have never made the White House had Patton retired in December 1945 & came home to U.S.A. Also, the Russians had him on a list, Stalin's hit list. All I can say is, my feelings about Eisenhower, Gen. Smith(Ike's Chief-Staff), and any other cronies, have turned to disgust. Thank you.

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