The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission

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The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission VHS cover.

Movie (1985)

Lee Marvin (Maj. John Reisman)
Ernest Borgnine (Gen. Sam Worden)
Ken Wahl (Louis Valentine)
Larry Wilcox (Tommy Wells)
Sonny Landham (Sam Sixkiller)
Richard Jaeckel (MP Sgt. Clyde Bowren)

Major Reisman is assigned to recruit another "Dirty Dozen" to assassinate a German general.

Also from this series:

The Dirty Dozen

Douglas C-53 Skytrooper

The Dozen fly into occupied France aboard this plane which is intended to be a captured German aircraft, but is in fact a Douglas C-53 mocked up with German army insignia.


When going to kill General Dietrich at the train station, the Dozen parachute from an actual Allied C-53 in what appears to be stock footage.


S.N.C.A.N. Nord 1001 Pingouin

Seen at the airfield.

S.N.C.A.N. Nord 1001 Pingouin
S.N.C.A.N. Nord 1001 Pingouin

Junkers Ju 52/3m

Seen at the airfield.


Adolf Hitler arrives at the train depot aboard an identical Junkers. Following the killing of General Dietrich, the surviving Dozen steal Hitler's plane and escape to England in it.


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